Boxing Results: Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez Stops Dominic Boesel on DAZN!
By Ken Hissner: A the Toyota Arena, Ontario, California, Saturday over DAZN in the Main Event, former WBO World Light Heavyweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez stopped IBO World Light Heavyweight champion Dominic Boesel in four rounds.
Former WBO World Light Heavy champ southpaw No. 2 tanked WBA Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 44-0 (30), #174.8, of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, MEX, stopped IBO World Light Heavy champ and No. 1 WBA ranked Dominic Boesel, 32-3 (12), #174.2, of Freyburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, GER, if a scheduled 12 rounds in WBA Eliminator at 1:33 of the fourth round.
In the second round, Ramirez had Boesel pinned in a corner the entire round. Ramirez busted Boesel up with body shots into a corner, dropping him with Referee Thomas Taylor waving it off in the fourth round.
In the co-feature, WBA Continental Americas Lightweight champ southpaw William “Camaron” Zepeda, 26-0 (23), #134.4, of San Mateo Atenco, MEX, in a war defeated former WBA World Super Bantam champ Rene “Gemlo” Alvarado, 32-12 (21), #134.6, of Managua, NIC, over ten rounds.
In the second round, a war broke out as both let their fists fly, Zepeda the stronger and Alvarado the more accurate. Alvarado seemed to land more in a close action-packed round in the fourth round. In the fifth round, Alvarado’s face started swelling under his eyes.
In the seventh round midway point, Zepeda rocked Alvarado with a right hook on the chin, almost dropping him. In the eighth round, Zepeda was bleeding from the mouth yet getting the better of it. Zepeda had a little more left than Alvarado in one great fight in the tenth and final round. The referee was Robert Hoyle.
Scores were 98-92, 97-93, and 96-94, as was this writers.
Featherweight southpaw Katsuma “El Cuete” Akitsugi, 10-0 (1), #?, of Japan and Hollywood, CA, won by technical decision over Jose “El Torito” Gonzalez, 23-9-1 (14), #125.8, of Guadalajara, Jalisco, MEX, at 0:01 of fourth of a scheduled 10.
In the first two rounds, Akitsugi had his way. There was a clash of heads in the third, and Gonzalez received a cut on his left eyebrow. Referee Robert Hoyle ruled cut due to a clash of heads.
Featherweight Japthhelee Llamido, 6-0 (2), #?, of Norwalk, CA, Edgar Figueroa, 4-2-1 (2), #?, of Palm Beach, FL, six rounds.
Super Flyweight John “Scrappy” Ramirez, 10-0 (8), #114, of L.A., CA., stopped Jay “Nito” Salvatierra, 8-2 (4), #114, of Los Cabos, Baja CA, MEX, at 2:25 of the first round, for vacant NABA Super Fly title.
In the first round final minute, a right from Ramirez on the chin knocked Salvatierra out of the ring.
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