Sep 29, 2018 · Gilberto Ramirez is perhaps the ideal Top Rank fighter for its new ESPN deal. The super-middleweight world champion from Mazatlan, Mexico, has leading-man looks, is interested in fighting any man
Gilberto Ramirez is perhaps the ideal Top Rank fighter for its new ESPN deal. The super-middleweight world champion from Mazatlan, Mexico, has leading-man looks, is interested in fighting any man near his weight class and could use the burst of exposure that comes with fighting on the network.
Feb 03, 2018 · Boxing news about Gilberto Ramirez ready for his closeup on tonight’s ESPN boxing card by Boxing News at Boxing.com. Ultimate Source for Latest Boxing News Please check our iPhone/iPad , Android
Gilberto Ramirez’s hand surgery is a thing of the past, and the super middleweight titleholder is raring to go for defense No. 1 against Max Bursak in an April 22 pay-per-view card.
Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez’s super middleweight world title defense against Habib Ahmed will air live on ESPN in the United States beginning at 10:15 p.m. ET on Saturday from American Bank Center in
Fewer viewers watched the show that featured Gilberto Ramirez’s super middleweight title defense Saturday night than tuned in for the previous ESPN broadcast he headlined.
ESPN.com’s Dan Rafael reported from ringside [excerpts]: Super middleweight world titleholder Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez has not been able to get the major fights he has wanted, but he has nonetheless been taking care of lesser opponents while biding his time waiting for a big one.
Ramirez, the first-ever Mexican to win a 168-pound world title, retained his belt for the third time and, in the process, scored his first knockout in six fights dating to 2014. Ramirez said before the fight he wanted to score a knockout.