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Photos: Victor Ramirez, Ovill McKenzie Ready For War

By Elisinio Castillo

Everything is ready for this Friday, October 2 at the Villa La Nata Sporting Club, located in the town of Benavidez, Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

OR Promotions is staging a stellar card with a cruiserweight world title fight. The champion of the International Boxing Federation (IBF), Buenos Aires' Victor Emilio "Tyson del Abasto" Ramirez (22-2, 17 KO), will make the first defense of his belt against British fighter Ovill "The Upsetter" McKenzie (25-12, 13 KO). The bout will be screened on TyC Sports.

There were no issues with the scale. The referee is Benji Esteves (United States) and the judges are Alejandro Lopez Cid (Mexico), John Poturaj (US) and Lawrence Layton (United States). The supervisor will be Daryl Peoples.

Ramirez (22-2, 17 KO) came in at 90.700 kg / 199.9 lb and McKenzie (25-12, 13 KO) was 86.750 kg / 191.2 lb.

Ramirez became the full world champion when Yoan Pablo Hernandez as stripped due to numerous injuries and illnesses, which prevented him from making a defense in a very long time.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by HughJass on 10-02-2015

[QUOTE=knockoutkid;16099037]is ramirez any more than a super middleweight at 5ft 7. ramirez is shyt but [B][I]what can mkkenzie do on 9 days notice[/I][/B] and having been stopped himself by enzo. Doesnt fill me with confidence.[/QUOTE] Ovil McKenzie's only chance of…

Comment by knockoutkid on 10-01-2015

is ramirez any more than a super middleweight at 5ft 7. ramirez is shyt but what can mkkenzie do on 9 days notice and having been stopped himself by enzo. Doesnt fill me with confidence.

Comment by Dean_Razorback on 10-01-2015

[QUOTE=Cali boxer;16098863]Looks like the black dude ate a turtle![/QUOTE] :rofl: :rofl:

Comment by Cali boxer on 10-01-2015

Looks like the black dude ate a turtle!

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