My parents are proudly Mexicans, I proudly carry their blood. I’m first generation, I am a USA Olympian, I’m a World Champion, but most important I’m pro immigrant and Proud. This fight was dedicated to all the hard working immigrants who deserve peace and opportunity to chase the American dream.
Avenal, CA’s Jose Ramirez wins his first world title of his career as he captured the vacant WBC junior welterweight title defeating Amir Imam in the main event from the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on St. Patrick’s Day, broadcast nationally on ESPN. Ramirez, who saw early trouble as
Jose Ramirez and Amir Imam will be fighting for history. Ireland’s Michael “Mick” Conlan is ready to impress. Ramirez (21-0, 16 KOs), from Avenal, Calif., will face Imam (21-1, 18 KOs) for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) Super Lightweight title, marking the 2,000th world title bout in the WBC’s 55-year
World title challengers Jose Ramirez and Amir Imam, and undefeated Irish featherweight sensation Michael Conlan, worked out for the media in advance of a special St. Patrick’s Day world title extravaganza, Saturday, March 17, at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden. Ramirez and Imam will challenge for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) Super Lightweight
Ramirez gets crack at a world title Jose Ramirez, the fighter from the same town of Avenal, CA, who became a 2012 U.S. Olympian, now will set his sights on a world title as he fights in New York City at The Theater in Madison Square Garden on March 17th.
By Sev Sarkisian: Popular and fan friendly super lightweight contender Jose Ramirez (21-0 16 KO’s) will be making his return to the ring on Saturday, March 17th in The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. He will be taking on fellow contender Amir Imam (21-1 18KO’s) for
Hall of Fame promoters Bob Arumand Don King will resume one of boxing’s fiercest rivalries when the fighters they respectively guide — top-rated contenders JOSE RAMÍREZ and AMIR “Young Man” IMAM — collide for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) Super Lightweight world title. Ramirez vs. Imam will headline a spectacular St. Patrick’s Day world title extravaganza, Saturday, March 17, at the
Avenal, CA’s Jose Ramirez (21-0 16KOs) made quick work of fellow undefeated junior welterweight Mike “Yes Indeed” Reed (23-1 12KOs) in the main event at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA in Fresno, CA in front of a sold-out crowd. It was all Jose Ramirez who took the middle
Results from Fresno, CA at the SaveMart Center prior to the televised portion of the ESPN fight card of Jose Ramirez vs.Mike Reed. Andy Vences (20-0) vs. Jairo Ochoa (18-13) Andy Vences dominated from the opening bell to get a one punch knockout with his right hand in the second
Tonight, Jose Ramirez fights fellow undefeated fighter Mike “Yes Indeed” Reed with the chance of a WBC junior welterweight title shot against Amir Imam (if he wins his bout tonight) on the line. Also featured on the card and presumable headlining the ESPN portion of the fight is Artur Beterbiev