Guillermo Rigondeaux had an illustrious amateur career, winning 2 Olympic gold medals, 3 World Cup gold medals, 1 Pan American Games gold medal, 1 Central American and Caribbean Games gold medal and 2 World Amateur Championships gold medals; so he was a highly respected fighter, even before he started professional boxing. Anyway, today he fights Juan Noriega; he can only be described as nothing more than a journeyman.
Guillermo Rigondeaux turns pro after winning 2 Olympic gold medals and faces Juan Noriega for his debut.
As soon as the bell rings, Guillermo Rigondeaux takes the centre of the ring and immediately starts to measure and deliver powerful shots to the head and body of his opponent. Juan Noriega on the other hand, looks like he’s in survival mode. This looks like a thrilling fight, which I feel is definitely worth watching.