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Zurdo Ramirez’s New School Mexican Boxing Style Shines in Victory Over Goulamirian

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Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez showcased his evolution as a cruiserweight fighter in a thrilling clash against Arsen Goulamirian at the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California. The former WBO super middleweight champion stepped up to the cruiserweight division and left an indelible mark with his performance.

The fight didn’t start smoothly for Zurdo (46-1, 30 KO). Goulamirian (27-1, 18 KO) made him look uncharacteristically small, relentlessly stalking him around the ring and pressing him against the ropes. Despite Goulamirian’s early dominance, Zurdo’s resilience and adaptability came to the forefront.

Zurdo Ramirez’s Mexican boxing style Turned the Tide

In the fifth and sixth rounds, Zurdo Ramirez turned the tables. His new school Mexican boxing style emerged, characterized by precise footwork, head movement, and calculated combinations. He found openings and timed his power shots effectively. Goulamirian failed to adjust, stubbornly searching for a finishing blow that never materialized.

Trainer Abel Sanchez, midway through the 11th round, expressed his frustration. Goulamirian couldn’t or wouldn’t adapt to Zurdo’s Plan B. The deeper gas tank belonged to Zurdo Ramirez, who outpointed and outboxed his opponent in the later rounds.

The official scores reflected Zurdo’s dominance: 118-110 from all three judges. But the fight was more competitive than the numbers suggest. Both men engaged in quality exchanges throughout, showcasing their skills and heart.

With this victory, Zurdo claims the WBA cruiserweight title, marking his return to world championship status since his days as a super middleweight in 2018. His sharp performance puts him in contention as one of the best non-Jai Opetaia cruiserweights globally.

For Arsen Goulamirian, it’s a bitter pill to swallow. His first professional loss sees him surrendering a belt he held for years but seldom defended. At 36, his future remains uncertain—retirement or a comeback bid in the open cruiserweight division?

Zurdo Ramirez’s triumph not only secured gold but also showcased the beauty of adaptation and skillful boxing. As the cruiserweight landscape evolves, Zurdo’s presence promises excitement and challenges for all contenders.

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