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On September 9th, one of the most hotly anticipated cards of the year took place as Roman Chocolatito vs Sor Rungvisai,  Naoya Inoue vs Antonio Nieves and Carlos Estrada duked it out with Carlos Cuadras on a phenomenal and memorable super-flyweight tripleheader.

The managing director of K2 promotions, Tom Loeffler; the man responsible for putting on the event has touched on the possibility of staging yet another in the first quarter of 2018 given the success the first event found and furthermore Loeffler suggested that the card will feature the return of former # 1 pound-for-pound king and former 4-weight world champion, Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez (46-2). Many had expected Gonzalez to retire following the nature of the devastating kayo he suffered in his rematch with Sor Rungvisai, but now that certainly looks like it is not going to happen.

— Tom Loeffler (@TomLoeffler1) October 24, 2017

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