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    Ismael Salas recalls Robeisy Ramirez's smile when he told him who was going to be his next opponent. The Cuban warrior, who comes back from a knockout victory in just 58 seconds in Las Vegas, had his face lit up and he only said one sentence to his teacher: 'I'm ready.''
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    He don't want none of Stevenson.

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    • #3
      along with josh warrington berchelt haney ryan garcia tank davis teofimo lopez loma just another fighter for the woman beater to duck

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      • #4
        Adan "the Don" Gonzalez is back for another upset, I remember him jumping his way back to the lockers lol awesome, I'll root for him

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mister Wolf View Post
          He don't want none of Stevenson.
          I heard in an interview Say hes going to beat him again when they fight

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Luilun View Post
            I heard in an interview Say hes going to beat him again when they fight
            Doubt they will ever fight and if they do it will be at a weight class where Ramirez is at a disadvantage. Stevenson has already won a title at 126 and has moved to 130. Ramirez is still trying to figure out how to be a pro fighter.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TX_BOXNG View Post
              Adan "the Don" Gonzalez is back for another upset, I remember him jumping his way back to the lockers lol awesome, I'll root for him
              I doubt that very much. Ramirez may or may not fulfill the promise of two gold medals, but hes a far better boxer than Gonzalez. That debut performance was clearly uncharacteristic of Robeisy. The rematch will look very different. Bet on it.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mister Wolf View Post
                Doubt they will ever fight and if they do it will be at a weight class where Ramirez is at a disadvantage. Stevenson has already won a title at 126 and has moved to 130. Ramirez is still trying to figure out how to be a pro fighter.
                Correct. As Salas observes in the interview, Shakur is probably destined for 147 some day, while Ramirez tops out at 130.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mister Wolf View Post
                  Doubt they will ever fight and if they do it will be at a weight class where Ramirez is at a disadvantage. Stevenson has already won a title at 126 and has moved to 130. Ramirez is still trying to figure out how to be a pro fighter.
                  Neither do I , Im no fan of Rameriez just writing what he said his problem is beating the guy that beat him so he can move on

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