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Photos: Rico Ramos Training Hard For Rigondeaux Bout

By Chris Robinson

It was another packed scene at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. WBA junior featherweight champion Rico Ramos was in the building, as the 24-year old is now a little over two weeks away from a crucial meeting with interim titlist Guillermo Rigondeaux. Ramos meets Rigondeaux at the nearby Palms Hotel and Casino on January 20th and he had the look of confidence during his training.

Other notable action in the facility including some intense sparring between recently-transplanted Canadian Steve Claggett and talented amateur standout Donte Strayhorn, plus familiar faces such as bantamweight prospect Alexis Santiago, soon-to-be pro Lanell Bellows, and local prospect Anthony Lenk sparring with undefeated welterweight Ravshan Hudaynazarov, and others.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Spray_resistant on 01-05-2012

I like Rigo here Ramos was getting tooled in the fight he won and landed the definition of a lucky shot to win and couldn't even explain how it happened in the post fight interview.

Comment by CubanGuyNYC on 01-05-2012

[QUOTE=Pugly!;11633030]the rigondeaux/cordoba fight was not a great fight for el chacal. . . it was a very awkward fight and style. . . i think he was giving corboda too much respect not being 100% used to professional fights. .…

Comment by UglyPug on 01-05-2012

the rigondeaux/cordoba fight was not a great fight for el chacal. . . it was a very awkward fight and style. . . i think he was giving corboda too much respect not being 100% used to professional fights. .…

Comment by CubanGuyNYC on 01-05-2012

[QUOTE=Eaner0919;11632862]he did awful I was there and thought it could have went either way[/QUOTE] I would say that Guillermo's approach was awful, not that "he did awful." There's a difference. Rigo sent Cordoba to the canvass in the fourth. In…

Comment by right hand jab on 01-05-2012

[QUOTE=el malo;11630381]I got the same prediction or ramos by ud.[/QUOTE] Not a chance, Rigondeaux is superior within [B]EVERY[/B] facet of boxing!

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