Jose Ramirez’s Journey to Professional Boxing Pinnacle

Jose Ramirez will defend his WBC and WBO light welterweight titles against the WBA (Super), IBF, and The Ring light welterweight champion Josh Taylor to become the undisputed champion on 22 May 2021. Ahead of the bout, let’s look at Jose Ramirez’s professional boxing career journey to the top.


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Jose Ramirez’s
professional debut

Ramirez fought against Corey Seigwarth in his professional boxing debut. He won that fight in just 2:05 minutes of round one via TKO.

WBC Continental Americas light welterweight title

Ramirez defeated Johnny Garcia via unanimous decision to become the WBC Continental Americas light-welterweight champion. 

WBC light welterweight title

Ramirez fought against Amir Imam and won via unanimous decision to claim the vacant WBC light welterweight title.

WBO and WBC light welterweight titles unification

Ramirez defeated Maurice Hooker via TKO in the sixth round in a title unification bout. Ramirez successfully defended his WBC light welterweight title and claimed the WBO light welterweight title.

First successful WBC and WBO light welterweight titles defense

Ramirez successfully defended his WBC and WBO light welterweight titles for the first time while actively holding them against Viktor Postol by defeating him via a majority decision.

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