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Old 05-25-2019, 04:40 AM #45
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Originally Posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post
I don’t think Ramirez will fight at 126. He seems to make 54 kg pretty easily. I think he’ll be a bantamweight
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Thank you!!! This is what I've been saying. Dude is by no means a FW, definitely more of a BW if anything. If not, then a 122 pounder.

But let's get the Ramirez vs Inoue train rolling for late 2020!!!
Out Bob arums own mouth today. He's a featherweight.

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"What a gift to sign a two-time Olympic gold medalist like Robeisy Ramirez," said Top Rank chairman Bob Arum, who held a ceremonial signing with Ramirez on Friday afternoon in Kissimmee, Florida. "The last two-time gold medalist that we signed out of the amateurs, Vasiliy Lomachenko, has become a big star. We anticipate the same from Robeisy."

Ramirez will campaign professionally as a featherweight, Arum said.

"He is truly a special talent, and he has what it takes to get to the top of the featherweight division in short order," Arum said

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