(Article written by Lee Skavydis)
Ramirez may have not stopped anybody for three years now but the super-middleweight boxer picks his punches very well, mixing them up to the body and head. He also possesses a competent jab, although he lacks a little in hand speed and footwork. His next WBO title defense against Jessie Hart should wake the dragon in him a little.
Fondly and often referred to as Canelo, Saul Alvarez is Golden Boy Promotions’ most prized asset at the moment. Still only 27 and with over 50 fights to his name, this heavily marketed Mexican will be facing his stiffest competition yet when he meets Gennady Golovkin next month. Will Alvarez live up to the hype that Oscar De La Hoya has worked hard to create? Not if you ask GGG.
Salido is probably at the tail end of his career and has only won one of his last four fights. But two of his last often called blemishes were draws against solid opponents in Francisco Vargas and Roman Martinez. And let us not forget that he inflicted the first and only defeat on Vasyl Lomachenko’s record so far, a defeat in which many fans want to see avenged. Will that happen? Well, if the rumours of Lomachenko facing Guillermo Rigondeaux are true then maybe it could happen sometime following that fight.Read More