• Gilberto Ramirez 167.25 lbs vs. Jesse Hart 167.5 lbs
(Ramirez’s WBO Super Middleweight world name — 12 Rounds)
ESPN+ (6:30 p.m. ET)
•Joshua Greer Jr. 117.75 lbs vs. Daniel Lozano 117.75 lbs
(Vacant WBC Continental Americas name — 10 Rounds)
Mikaela Mayer 129.5 lbs vs. Calixta Silgado 127.75 lbs
(Mayer’s NABF Super Featherweight name — 8 Rounds)
Jamel Herring 132 lbs vs. Adeilson Dos Santos 132 lbs
(Super Feather Weight — 8 Rounds)
Ruben Vega 117.5 lbs vs. Oscar Mojica 117 lbs
(Bantamweight — 6 oz )
Jesus Arechiga 122.25 lbs vs. David Martino 121.5 lbs
(Super Bantamweight — 6/4 Rounds)
Roberto Duran Jr. 145.75 lbs vs. Leonardo Pena 144.25 lbs
(Welterweight — 4 oz )
It was one of the best battles of 20 17. WBO super middleweight world champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez had ldquo, Jesse &;rdquo, Hollywood &; Hart down and nearly out in the next round, only for Hart to come back with a furious rally that is late-rounds. Ramirez ultimately prevailed via hasty conclusion that September evening in Tucson, Ariz., but Hart, the Philadelphia native with the mythical final name, had re match on his mind immediately following the decision was rendered.
His wish has come true.
Ramirez will make the fifth defense of his domain against Hart, Friday, Dec. 14 at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. Ramirez-Hart 2 and also a soon-to-be announced co-feature will stream live and only at 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+ in the United States– the new multi-sport, direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer & International segment together with ESPN. The full undercard will stream live on ESPN+ start at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Promoted by Top Rank, in conjunction with Zapari Boxing Promotions, tickets into the Ramirez-Hart two world championship event will go on sale Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. CST. Prices at $100, $65, $45, and $30, tickets could be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com, at the American Bank Center Box Office, Monday — Friday by 10 a.m. to 6 pm CST, or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.
“This will be a fantastic fight. I feel even more convinced and a lot better prepared than the first time that I will finish him”” Ramirez stated. “rsquo I &;ve always said that I wished to be this division’s king. I’ve been waiting for unification struggles, also then I ’m patient. I’m at my best, and contrary to Hart, I need to demonstrate why I’m just the ideal. ”
“I’m thankful and humbled with this particular opportunity,&rdquo. “perform to the best of my skill and I wish to go out there. I have nothing to say about Gilberto Ramirez. At this point, I only wish to go out there and function. ”
Ramirez (38-0, 25 KOs), the first Mexican-born super middleweight winner, will soon probably be defending the title he won by Arthur Abraham via shut out decision on April 9, 20-16. He didn & rsquo, although Ramirez is put by A hand injury about the plate till April 22, 2017;t miss a beat, dominating Max Bursak. June 30 in Oklahoma City, Ramirez used his boxing skills to get a unanimous decision against Alexis Angulo. Ramirez, by Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico, can be actually really a specialist who’s no stranger to Corpus Christi.
Hart (25-1, 21 KOs), the WBO No. 1 contender, is a former amateur standout, winning the 2011 National Golden Gloves and also U.S. National championships at 165 pounds. A 2012 U.S. Olympic alternate, Hart turned pro in 2012 and won his first 22 bouts before challenging Ramirez. Hart last fought while the ESPN co-feature Aug. 18 in Atlantic City, battering Mike Gavronski en route into a third-round stoppage. After more than a year old calling Ramirez to get a return game out, Hart has his shot. A proud native of Philadelphia, Hart is the son of Eugene “rdquo, Cyclone &; a middleweight competitor from the 1970 s who never got a domain shot, Hart. With Eugene Hart in his corner head trainer, Jesse Hart will want to create a world title home.