Bazinyan, Ramirez in action Jan 25

Eye of the Tiger will hit the ground running in 2024, presenting two major boxing cards in January. Following up on their massive January 13 show topped by unified light heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev, EOTTM returns January 25 with #2 WBA, #3 WBC, #3 WBO, and #4 IBF super middleweight Erik Bazinyan (31-0, 22 KOs) at the Cabaret du Casino in Montréal against veteran Billi Facundo Godoy (41-7, 20 KOs) for the NABF and WBA Continental North America titles. In the co-feature, WBA #4, WBC #6, WBO #7 light heavyweight Albert Ramirez (17-0, 15 KOs) fights in an eliminator for the #2 spot in the WBA rankings against Charles Foster (22-1, 12 KOs).

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  • They definitely keep him active, I’ll give them that; but Godoy just turned 37 and with the exception of an old and blown up Carlos Baldomir at the end of his line, he’s lost (usually by stoppage) to virtually everyone else that he’s fought that you would have heard of. They REALLY need to step up Bazinyan’s level of competition in 2024.

  • Speaking of Super Middles, what’s with the supposed David Morrell Jr. card that’s to take place Dec 16 on Showtime? It was announced a short while ago, and was billed as the last Showtime telecast ever, but I’ve heard nothing about it since- not even on Boxrec. He was supposed to fight Sena Agbeko. I hope the fight is still on because I can’t get enough of Morrell. I realize this fight will prove nothing as to where he stands in the division, but he’s looked flawless so far in all his “defenses” of his “title”. Yeah, Yeah, I know-looking flawless against 2nd tier fighters is one thing, banging with the elite is another, but I can’t imagine Morrell not bringing his game to the next level.

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