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Photos: Rigondeaux's Final Training For Ramos Title Clash

Interim WBA junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux was spotted at the Tapout gym on the West side of Las Vegas, Nevada. In what will serve as one of the final days of camp for the ultra-confident Cuban, Rigondeaux worked out under the eye of his new trainer Ismael Salas in anticipation of his clash this Friday night at the nearby Palms Casino against the WBA’s full champion Rico Ramos.

The Showtime-televised contest serves as an interesting clash of styles and it’s worth note that Ramos has also been preparing in Las Vegas at the Mayweather Boxing Club just up the street from Rigondeaux, who arrived to the city on Sunday night.

Rigondeaux-Ramos is a clash that has been long overdue, as it has been rescheduled three times already, and if he can emerge successful, Rigondeaux will be in line for a great championship run this year.

>>>>>>>Click Here For More Images of Rigondeaux Training<<<<<<<<

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by changuito242 on 01-19-2012

Easy win for Rigo

Comment by CubanGuyNYC on 01-19-2012

[QUOTE=sd southpaw;11683724]rigo looks ready BUT rico will give him his first L. ud or late stoppage. lets go ramos[/QUOTE] Not too much hype surrounding this fight, but I can't wait! I'm almost as curious to see how it plays out…

Comment by chiguy91 on 01-18-2012

and new!!! 9-0, 7 ko's :boxing:

Comment by sd southpaw on 01-18-2012

rigo looks ready BUT rico will give him his first L. ud or late stoppage. lets go ramos

Comment by KingTito on 01-18-2012

El Chacal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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