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    Ramirez, Caraballo Fight Photos Gallery - Featherweight: Robeisy Ramirez (5-1, 3 KOs) UD 8 Felix Caraballo (13-3-2, 9 KOs). Scores: 80-72 2x and 79-73. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Ramirez pitched a near-shutout over Caraballo, a native of Puerto Rico who lost via sixth-round stoppage to former featherweight world champion Shakur Stevenson in June. Ramirez has now won five straight since a shocking split decision defeat in his professional debut. (photos by Mikey Williams)

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    Boricua181

    Robeisy Ramirez is on a decent roll, since his lone defeat on his debut. Although he's starting to shine like the two time Olympian that he is, he still shouldn't be thinking title fight anytime soon. He's still at least 1 1/2 to 2 years away from title contention. Felix Caraballo has lost his last two fights, and although it's been to two exceptional fighters his team needs to match him more conservatively. Caraballo's next 5 to 6 opponents should be top 20 then moving up from there slowly. Even utilizing that kind of a strategy Caraballo may never win a title in his career.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Boricua181 View Post
      Robeisy Ramirez is on a decent roll, since his lone defeat on his debut. Although he's starting to shine like the two time Olympian that he is, he still shouldn't be thinking title fight anytime soon. He's still at least 1 1/2 to 2 years away from title contention. Felix Caraballo has lost his last two fights, and although it's been to two exceptional fighters his team needs to match him more conservatively. Caraballo's next 5 to 6 opponents should be top 20 then moving up from there slowly. Even utilizing that kind of a strategy Caraballo may never win a title in his career.
      Yeah Iíd honestly like to see him have 8-10 more fights before challenging for a world title.

      Some amateurís just take longer to adjust to the pro code, heís only 26 so no need to rush.

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