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Top Rank Boxing on ESPN has an absolutely mouthwatering junior welterweight unification fight as the headliner, as undefeated WBC/WBO champion Jose Ramirez (26-0, 17 KOs) and fellow unbeaten IBF/WBA champion Josh Taylor (17-0, 13 KOs) square off for the right to call themselves the undisputed champion of the 140 lbs division.
Ramirez continued by saying how the waiting part leading into the fight is always the toughest part for him, saying he can’t wait for the action to kick off.
According to Ramirez, nobody knows how badly he wants to win this fight for his legacy but that he won’t be heading into the bout with any anxiety, but rather with a calm and focused disposition.
So if there’s any doubt that Ramirez plans on bringing his best into the ring Saturday night, you can’t forget all about that as Ramirez insists he approaches every single training session and fight with all the desire and will he can muster, and will be looking to demonstrate exactly that tomorrow night.
It’s a great, great fight for boxing, a real pure fight,” Josh Taylor said as anticipation intensified before he faces José Ramírez in a compelling world title unification bout in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Unless the bout ends in a draw, one of the world champions will make history by becoming the first fighter from either a British or a Mexican-American background to hold all four major titles at the same time. Even more powerfully, the winner of their junior-welterweight contest will join a select group of undisputed world champions.
The fragmentation of boxing escalated in 1988 when a fourth governing body, the WBO, came into existence alongside the more established WBA, WBC and IBF organisations. Since then it has usually been impossible to establish the identity of the real world champion in each weight category. A
either Ramírez or Taylor will join Bernard Hopkins, Jermain Taylor, Terence Crawford and Oleksandr Usyk as men who can make the distinctive claim of being undisputed world champions in the four-belt era.