Jousce Tito Gonzalez

13 - 0 - 1
12 KOs
lightweight

Born in Southern California, Jousce “Tito” Gonzalez came from a family of boxers. Learning the ropes from his trainer and father, Jose, Gonzalez’s two brothers are also competitive boxers while his younger sister, Jajaira Gonzalez, is an Olympic boxer for Team USA.

Fighter Stats

Height: 5′ 9″
Birthdate: June 3, 1995
Age: 27
Birthplace: Glendora, CA
Hometown: Glendora, CA
Stance: Orthodox

Fighter Biography

Born in Southern California, Jousce “Tito” Gonzalez came from a family of boxers. Learning the ropes from his trainer and father, Jose, Gonzalez’s two brothers are also competitive boxers while his younger sister, Jajaira Gonzalez, is an Olympic boxer for Team USA.

Gonzalez began his professional boxing career in 2016 with a match against Noe Munoz Perez at the Belasco Theater is Los Angeles, California where he came out with a win when he knocked out Perez in the second round. Gonzalez went on to knockout his two additional opponents that year, David Montes and Jordan Alvarado.

Throughout 2017, Gonzalez continued sparring against competitors in Los Angeles, including Emmanuel Valadez, Daniel Bastien and Ricardo Alan Fernandez, taking them all down with match winning knockouts.

Fighting as an undefeated junior lightweight, Gonzalez went up against Jose Antonio Martinez in a six-round match which served as his first fight as an official Golden Boy fighter on March 16, 2018. Gonzalez kept his knockout streak alive when he defeated Juan Sandoval during the main event of the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation event on May 23, 2018.

Following surgery for a torn meniscus, Gonzales made a remarkable return to the ring months sooner than doctors had predicted. In October of 2018, Gonzales took on Ivan Delgado in Costa Mesa, California, resulting in a majority draw after six rounds of rough junior lightweight action.

Gonzalez’s next bout will be on July 13, 2019 against Mexican Jorge Padron at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.