Ramirez-Taylor Fight Week is here

The countdown is on as WBC/WBO world champion Jose Ramirez (26-0, 17 KOs) and IBF/WBA champion Josh Taylor (17-0, 13 KOs) collide for the undisputed super lightweight title on Saturday at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.

Ramirez is the prohibitive underdog for the first time in his professional career, as Taylor remains more than a 2-to-1 favorite at most sportsbooks. He started at -189 and currently sits at -263.

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  • Although I will have a big cross posted in my mug…Sacraledge..and despite all logic and proportion that my wee little nephew possess, despite Nessy rising like the sperm whale out of Davyez Jones…Sumythin tells me its Ramirez despite Andyz big frign cut. ( And I aint talkin Kauffman), Para ete Yo Sabe de Corazon. Have a good….(.Tussle)???Wha…

  • Ramirez is in for a rude awakening. He’s going to find out that crushing cans isn’t good preparation for fighting real champions.

  • Glad I still have time to think on this scrap. So far, I am leaning towards Ramirez’s gritty toughness, pressure, body punching and underestimated jab.

    I know this is gonna be a great fight!!!

  • Just watched both episodes of Top Rank’s promo for this fight on You Tube.
    This should be a good scrap.

  • This is the best fight in boxing right now and the most important in my opinion. Two undefeated fighters who have earned everything to get where they’re at and are fighting for truly undisputed. I’m surprised they gave Taylor the favorite being that the fight is in Vegas. It’s almost impossible to get a decision over a Mexican in Las Vegas, so Taylor may have to step up and get the stoppage to win the fight.

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