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Dmitry Bivol vs. Giberto ‘Zurdo’ Ramirez Stats: Age, Height, Weight, Reach, Net Worth, Record, and More

Published 11/05/2022, 5:34 AM EDT

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On the 5th of November at the Etihad Arena, Abu Dhabi, Dmitry Bivol will square off against Gilberto Ramirez defending his WBA Super World Light Heavyweight title on the line. Bivol fought his last fight on May 7th defending the same title against the Mexican ‘Phenom’ Canelo Alvarez in his 20th fight. Similarly, Ramirez also fought his last in May of this year where he secured a KO win over Dominic Boesel.

While Bivol is the WBA Super World Light Heavyweight title holder in boxing, Ramirez formerly held the WBO super middleweight title. Both the fighters are undefeated in pro boxing and are exceptionally skillful in the ring. Joe Smith Jr., Canelo Alvarez, John Pascal, and Umar Salamov are some of the biggest fights that Bivol has won in pro boxing.


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On the other hand, Ramirez, undefeated with 44 wins, looks to break Mayweather’s record of 50-0 in pro boxing. Where one will fight out of Russia, other will do so out of Mexico. Both are still unbeaten, which implies that someone’s ‘0’ will have to go. As we near the night, let us take a look at the numbers that tell us in detail about the fight.

Dmitry Bivol vs. Gilberto Ramirez: Physical attributes and stats

Bivol is 31, and he likes to fight using the orthodox stance in the ring. He stands 6′ 0″ and holds a reach of 72″ while fighting. Bivol, who made his debut in 2015, has so far fought 20 fights. His record comprises 11 KOs, 0 losses, and 20 wins. He currently reigns the WBA Super World Light Heavyweight title in pro boxing. Bivol has gone the distance eight times.

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On the other hand, Ramirez is also 31 and undefeated in pro boxing. However, he stands 6′ 2½″ and maintains a reach of 75″ inside the ring. Given that, it is clear that over Bivol, Ramirez will have a palpable height and reach advantage. Ramirez made his pro debut in 2009. So far, his record comprises 30 KOs, 0 losses, and 44 wins. Ramirez has gone the distance 13 times. For this fight, Ramirez and Bivol both respectively have weighed in at 174.6lbs and 174.7lbs.


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Bivol vs. Ramirez: Other facts

According to updates, Bivol has a net worth of $1 Million. On the other side, Ramirez has a net worth of $1.5 Million. Ramirez is a southpaw fighter and goes by the ring name of ‘Zurdo’ while fighting.


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Bivol and Ramirez both are in their prime and at the peak of their fighting. As we near the night, what expectations do you seem to have from the fight? Who would you support and think will win? In your opinion, who is a better fighter after the bell has rung inside the ring? Share your thoughts in the comments below.



Samrat Sardar

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Samrat Sardar is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports and is currently a final year undergraduate student of English literature. A passionate content creator, he has been writing since his high school days, and possesses work experience as a commercial writer for companies such as WordsKraft among others. Samrat believes he fell in love with boxing the day he watched Vasiliy Lomachenko share the ring with Guillermo Rigondeaux.

Edited By: Ajinkya Aswale