Tag Archives: Jose Carlos Ramirez

Regis Prograis Will Soon Be the Fighter to Beat at 140

Roughly this time last year WBC/WBO junior welterweight/super lightweight champ Terence Crawford was preparing to fight IBF/WBA champ Julius Indongo. […]

The Avila Perspective, Chapter 4: Streaming, JC Ramirez, and Canelo

The eyes of streaming are upon us all the livelong day.

Recent announcements by Golden Boy Promotions and Main Events about streaming fights on Facebook follows a number of other groups that have pledged

Ramirez vs. O’Connor: Stepping Stone or Mismatch?

When a bloated James Toney fought Denis Lebedev in Moscow in 2015 with the WBA cruiserweight title somehow at stake, I feared for the global road warrior’s welfare but he got through it. Meanwhile, the fearsome

3 Punch Combo: Okeksandr Gvozdyk, Ramirez-Prograis, and Cinderella Stories

THREE PUNCH COMBO: Oleksandr Gvozdyk (15-0, 12 KO’s) captured an interim light heavyweight title belt with a unanimous decision win against Mehdi Amar

Fast Results From NYC: Ramirez UD 12; Lozada Shocks Verdejo

The 12-round match for the vacant WBC 140-pound title between Jose Carlos Ramirez and Amir Imam was talked-about as a 50/50 fight, but the online bookmakers

Felix Verdejo Ready To Show He Still Can Be ‘The Next Felix Trinidad’

A funny thing happened to much-hyped 2012 Puerto Rican Olympian Felix Verdejo on the express lane he was zipping along on the way to his becoming “the next Felix Trinidad”

Parker Outpoints Cojanu in Auckland Plus Friday Night Recaps

WBO world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker (23-0) successfully defended his belt on Saturday at the Vodofone Events Centre in the […]

Weekend Boxing Recap: Billy Joe Saunders, Gassiev-Lebedev and More

WEEKEND BOXING RECAP — The first Saturday of December marked the return of undefeated (24-0) Billy Joe Saunders who successfully […]