18-year-old Jesus Ramos, who being considered as an exciting prospect in the junior welterweight category picked up an impressive win on Saturday’s FS1 card from Bakersfield, California, knocking out Ricky Edwards in the third round.
Ramos, due to his age had to fight his first eight bouts in Mexico. Then in April of this year won a fight in Phoenix before making his PBC debut in June in Las Vegas, beating Kevin Shacks by decision over four rounds.
18-year old Jesus Ramos, on his television debut on Saturday against 29-year old Rickey Edwards, dominated the fight before finally taking him to the corner and gave a cleanleft hand to knock out Edwards incredibly in the third round. Though Edwards had his hand high in an attempt to block the punch, he could not stop the left hand hitting his face.
Referee Jack Reiss immediately waved off the copetetion.
Watch the incredible left hand by Jose Ramos to knock out Rickey Edwards in the third round:
— PBC (@premierboxing) September 22, 2019
WHAT A PUNCH ?
Jesus Ramos may have stolen the show early with this MASSIVE KO victory! pic.twitter.com/5TGNxMAfXi
— FOX Sports: PBC (@PBConFOX) September 22, 2019
Social media was impressed with the teenager beating a 29-year old, knocking him out.
He threw 1 punch that equaled 2 punches. He Goku
— Dailey (@DeadlyDailey) September 22, 2019
And he’s just 18, he’s just going to get better
— JLoz32 (@TitanUpinTx) September 22, 2019
That is a show stopper there!
— Mitchell Critel (@M_L_Critel) September 22, 2019
It’s brutal when they can’t even put their hands out to protect their face.
— Roberto Reyes (@escostateofmind) September 22, 2019
Up and coming. Remember the name people.
— The Patriot (K) (@1PunchSena) September 22, 2019