How to watch Ramirez vs Viktor Postol Live Stream?
The big fight between Jose Carlos Ramirez is set to face the challenge of Viktor Postol on Saturday 29th August 2020 at The Bubble, MGM Grand in Nevada.
This fight will take place over 12 rounds in the Super Lightweight division. It means the weight limit will be 140 pounds (10 stone or 63.5 KG).
The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 11:30 pm EST / 8:30 pm PST .They will be appear at The Bubble, MGM Grand, Nevada, United States which is around 4:30 am BST in the UK. Ramirez vs Postol will be broadcast on ESPN+ in the US. Live Stream: Watch Live Here
Jose Ramirez vs. Viktor Postol on August 29 LIVE on ESPN+
In the 10-round junior welterweight co-feature, unbeaten contender Arnold Barboza Jr., from South El Monte, Calif., will fight Canadian veteran Tony “Lightning” Luis in his toughest test to date.
Ramirez-Postol and Barboza-Luis will stream live on ESPN+ beginning at 10 p.m ET, with undercard action to stream live at 7:30 p.m. ET.
“Jose has stayed in the gym with his great trainer, Robert Garcia, throughout the pandemic,” said Top Rank chairman Bob Arum. “I have no doubt we will see the best version of Jose Ramirez, a wonderful young man and one of the world’s best fighters.
“He will need to be on his game because Postol is a worthy contender who has proven himself at the world-class level.”
Ramirez (25-0, 17 KOs) enters the fight coming off a career-high 13-month layoff. Last July, he knocked out Maurice Hooker to unify the WBC and WBO titles and stake his claim as the world’s best 140-pounder.
Since winning the vacant WBC title against Amir Imam in March 2018, Ramirez defeated the previously undefeated Antonio Orozco, top contender Jose Zepeda, and Hooker.
Last year, Ramirez won the WBC and WBO titles after knocking out Maurice Hooker.
South El Monte, California native, Arnold Barboza Jr. will also fight Canada’s Tony “Lightning” Luis during the junior welterweight co-feature.
Jose Carlos Ramirez is a American professional boxer.
Ramirez remains undefeated as a professional.
The last fight of Jose Carlos Ramirez took place on July 27, 2019 against Maurice HookerMaurice Hooker.
Ramirez won by technical knockout (TKO).
Viktor Postol is a Ukrainian professional boxer.
The last fight of Viktor Postol took place on April 27, 2019 against Mohamed MimouneMohamed Mimoune.
Postol won by unanimous decision (UD).
Ramirez to win: 1/5
Postol to win: 6/1
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Rodriguez will battle Cody Wilson in a six-round welterweight session as a major aspect of the selective undercard stream on ESPN+ (7:30 p.m. ET).
“I like remaining dynamic and putting on an act for the fans,” said Rodriguez, who is prepared by the amazing Freddie Roach. “You’ve seen two major knockouts from me inside the ‘Air pocket,’ and I don’t see my third battle being any extraordinary.”
Rodriguez (8-0-1, 8 KOs), in the same way as other of his country’s donning legends, began the baseball field. He before long discovered he delighted in battling more than pitching and hitting, and along these lines started his ring venture.
Following a fruitful novice vocation in his country, he turned ace in November 2018 and marked with Top Rank early the next year. Aside from a headbutt-prompted specialized draw, Rodriguez has taken out each rival he’s confronted.
He made his “Air pocket” debut July 2 and took out Danny Murray with a force punch in the opening round. After nineteen days, he halted Dennis Okoth with a left cross in the second round.
Wilson (9-2, 6 KOs), from Fairmont, W.V., has won four battles in succession and presently can’t seem to be taken out as an expert.
The Ramirez-Postol undercard likewise includes:
Unbeaten 20-year-old junior lightweight possibility Chris Zavala (6-0, 3 KOs) comes back to the ring just because since last September and will battle Anthony Chavez (8-1, 3 KOs) in a six-rounder.
Zavala, from Long Beach, Calif., turned star under the Top Rank flag in June 2018 in the wake of going 136-9 as a beginner.
Bantamweight prospect Gabriel Muratalla (4-0, 3 KOs), the battling preschool educator who is 2-0 inside the “Air pocket,” will confront individual unbeaten Justice Bland (2-0) in a four-rounder.
Raymond “Peril” Muratalla (9-0, 7 KOs), Gabriel’s more youthful sibling, will take on the conflict tried Cesar Valenzuela (15-6-1, 5 KOs) in an eight-rounder at lightweight.
Milwaukee-conceived southpaw Javier Martinez (1-0), who presently prepares with Robert Garcia, will battle Rance Ward (4-1-1, 2 KOs) in a four-round middleweight session. Martinez made his expert introduction inside the “Air pocket” July 14.
Ernesto Mercardo, a novice champion who was as of late the lightweight sprinter up at the U.S. Olympic Trials, will make his expert presentation in a four-round lightweight session against a rival to be named.