Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum has confirmed news today regarding the WBO super-middleweight world champion.
Gilberto Ramirez could be up there for one of the most least well known world champions in the world of boxing today.
The WBO title holder at 168lbs has really gone under the radar the last few years outside hardcore boxing fans’ circles but don’t let that fool you, he’s a quality world champion when he’s on form.
Furthermore, the 27-year-old possess an excellent record of 37-0-25KO and has plenty of time just yet to build his name on a big platform like ESPN.
Indeed, ESPN is where he’ll find himself boxing on next up it was confirmed today.
His Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum confirmed his next fight’s details today by saying:
On June 30 in Oklahoma City the best Super Middleweight in the world Gilberto Zurdo Ramirez defends his title against Alexis Angulo. Should be a great fight. ESPN at 9pm Eastern.
— Bob Arum (@BobArum) June 21, 2018
Angulo from Columbia is also an undefeated fighter with a professional record of 23-0-20KO.