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    Gilberto Ramirez, Oscar Valdez Retain in the Desert - Last night on ESPN WBO world titlists Oscar Valdez (126 lbs) and Gilberto Ramirez (168 lbs) retained their titles with unanimous decision victories.

    Ramirez took on tough Jesse Hart and the two battled it in close contest that saw Ramirez edge Hart on the scorecards after twelve rounds. Likewise, featherweight titlist Oscar Valdez decisioned a game Genesis Servania.

    The event's complete results appear below and you can check more details and highlights in this latest TBC report.



    Friday, September 22nd, 2017 - Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, AZ

    168 LBS 12 RDS: Gilbert Ranirez def Jess Hart via UD (114-113,115-112,115-112)
    126 LBS 12 RDS: Oscar Valdez def Genesis Servania via UD (117-019,116-110,115-111)
    126 LBS 6 RDS: Michael Conlan def Kenny Guzman via TKO in RD 2 @2:59.
    147 LBS 10 RDS: Egidijus Kavaliauskas def Mahonry Montes via TKO in RD 7 @0:34.
    147 LBS 8 RDS: Leonardo Zappavigna def Fidel Monterrosa Munoz via TKO in RD 3 @2:48.
    135 LBS 8 RDS: Fazliddin Gaibnazarov def Victor Rosas via UD (80-72,80-72,80-72)
    130 LBS 8 RDS: Robson Conceicao def Carlos Osorio via RTD after 3 RDS.
    135 lbs 4×2 RDS:Mikaela Mayer def Allison Martinez via TKO in RD 3 @0:39.

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  • #2
    Miguel, the two title bouts were terrific and action packed....ESPN has to clean up their programing for boxing.

    I scored Ramirez-Hart / 115-112 Ramirez
    I scored Valdez-Servania / 116-110 Valdez

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    • #3
      Originally posted by GlovedFist View Post
      Miguel, the two title bouts were terrific and action packed....ESPN has to clean up their programing for boxing.

      I scored Ramirez-Hart / 115-112 Ramirez
      I scored Valdez-Servania / 116-110 Valdez
      Very good professional fights. I thoroughly enjoyed the card. ESPN and Top Rank have to work on a better plan B for when other sports events go over their allotted time slot. Otherwise, so far so good for the Top Rank series on ESPN.

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      • #4
        I hate ESPN because they get Political....but them airing boxing is good.

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