Live Boxing Tonight: Zurdo Ramirez vs. Arsen Goulamirian on DAZN

03/30/2024 - No comments

WBA Cruiserweight Super World Champion Arsen Goulamirian from Yerevan, Armenia, storms into the U.S. to put his title on the line against the determined ex-champ Gilberto Ramirez. Ramirez eyes a historic victory, aiming to etch his name as the first Mexican cruiserweight kingpin. This 12-round brawl, a collaboration with Y12 Boxing, is set to light up the YouTube Theater at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, with live action streamed live on DAZN.

Weights:

Arsen Goulamirian 199.6 vs. Zurdo Ramirez 199.4
Alexis Rocha 146.6 vs. Fredrick Lawson 146
Santiago Dominguez 146.8 vs. Jose Sanchez 149
Jose Mancilla 170.6 vs. Rueben Johnson 168.4
Joel Iriarte 146b vs. Kevin Aguirre 143

Arsen Goulamirian couldn’t hide his glee, “Thrilled to scrap on Uncle Sam’s turf for the first bell, especially in Los Angeles. No more excuses. Ramirez has his sights set on my belt, but he’s got to bulldoze through me to get it. Come March 30, I’m clamping down on my World Championship belt like a shark on a surfboard!”

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Gilberto Ramirez is all fired up, “I’m storming back into the ring, eyes on the prize to be the premiere Mexican cruiserweight champ. Since stepping up to this division, I’ve had Goulamirian in my crosshairs, and I’m itching to let my fists do the talking. Feeling right at home in this weight class, I’m on the hunt for that undisputed champion title. Hats off to DAZN, Golden Boy, the WBA, my crew, and my kin for the rally cry. Catch you all on the 30th!”

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Golden Boy’s head honcho, Oscar De La Hoya, chimed in with his two cents, “No Mexican has ever clinched world champion titles in both the Super Middleweight and Cruiserweight divisions, but Ramirez is cut from a different cloth. I’m banking on him to snag the WBA belt on March 30. After pioneering as the first Mexican Super Middleweight champ, Ramirez is primed to replicate that feat in the cruiserweight waters. I’m putting my money on a knockout, and trust me, it’ll be one for the highlight reel.”

Adolfo Romero, the bigwig of venue bookings, “Stoked to have Golden Boy Boxing light up the YouTube Theater once more, cementing our spot as the go-to arena for top-shelf boxing right in the heart of Inglewood.

“I’m thrilled to step into the ring in the United States for the first time, and Los Angeles is the perfect stage,” shared Arsen Goulamirian. “Zurdo’s got his eyes on the prize, but he’s got to face a seasoned cruiserweight in me. I’ve been buzzing to fight on U.S. soil, and thanks to my coach, Abel Sanchez, that dream’s turning into reality.”

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Zurdo Ramirez is all set for a historic fight, aiming to become the first Mexican to clinch the cruiserweight title. “Stepping up to this division, I knew Arsen and I were on a collision course. I’m feeling right at home in this weight class, eyeing the top spot. Big thanks to DAZN, Golden Boy, the WBA, my crew, and my family for their unwavering support. Can’t wait to see everyone on the 30th.”

The WBA Cruiserweight Super World Championship will spotlight Arsen “Feroz” Goulamirian, the reigning champ from Yerevan, Armenia, squaring off against the formidable Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez in a 12-round showdown. The event will also feature Alexis “Lex” Rocha in a welterweight battle against Fredrick “General Okunka” Lawson in the co-main event.

Additionally, the DAZN lineup includes Ricardo Sandoval versus Carlos Buitrago in a flyweight match, Santiago “Somer” Dominguez making his U.S. debut in a welterweight bout against Jose Sanchez, and Joel Iriarte opening the night against Kevin Aguirre.

The undercard sees Kareem Hackett defending his WBA Intercontinental Title against Rowdy Montgomery, alongside Jonathan “Sugarcane” Cañas, Deni Davtian, and Ronaldo Mancilla making their respective marks in the ring in their scheduled fights.

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