Lubin vs Ramos Fight Results: Controversy Surrounds Lubin’s Victory Over Ramos Jr.

By Boxing News - 09/30/2023 - Comments

In the midst of the electric atmosphere of T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, fighters set to compete on the undercard for Saturday’s highly-anticipated Canelo Álvarez vs. Jermell Charlo bout showcased their talent during a media workout.

Highlighted at the workout was the enticing undercard lineup set to air on SHOWTIME PPV. This includes the electrifying co-main event, where unbeaten phenom Jesus “Mono” Ramos Jr. will clash with top contender Erickson “Hammer” Lubin. Also drawing significant attention is the battle between former world champs Yordenis Ugas and Mario “El Azteca” Barrios, who’ll be trading blows for the Interim WBC Welterweight Title.

And, for those who love the energy of up-and-comers, rising middleweight stars Elijah Garcia and Armando Reséndiz will kick off the pay-per-view event at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, promising an adrenaline-charged opener.

The workout also spotlighted heavyweight powerhouse, Frank “The Cuban Flash” Sanchez. He’s set to square off against Scott Alexander in the primary event of the SHOWTIME PPV COUNTDOWN. Boxing aficionados can catch this bout streaming live on the SHOWTIME SPORTS YouTube channel and the SHOWTIME Boxing® Facebook page, starting at 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT.


“I’m at ease and taking everything in stride. Competing on this card thrills me.

“I’m not your average 22-year-old. I’ve achieved respectable victories. My accomplishments set me apart from the usual young contenders.”


“Being active gets the best performance from me. I was eager to return to the ring. Come Saturday, the world will witness the prime Erickson Lubin.

“I’ve dedicated my life to this. Some say it could be an upset, but it’s not. I rank among the top in my division, and Saturday will prove that.

“Ramos will soon realize the importance of experience. He’ll face his first defeat, and I intend to win impressively.”


“Experience is something I’m rich in. For the past seven years, I’ve competed against top-contender welterweights. This Saturday, the benefits of my years in the ring will be evident.

“I hold immense respect for every Mexican fighter. I acknowledge their strength, and I’m aware of the challenge Barrios presents.”


“I’m entering my peak years, aiming to achieve all I can. Las Vegas feels like the place where it can happen.

“Given my height, making the 140-pound weight became a struggle. I see more opportunities in the welterweight division, and I’m eager for what lies ahead.

“Ugas is a skilled competitor. He’s faced some great welterweights and has significant victories. He’s a challenging opponent, and we’re prepared for what he brings.”


“I recognize my potential. I envision myself as a future world champion. I’ve been inspired by great fighters in their early 20s, competing at the top level. That’s the legacy I aim for.

“Expect an intense and engaging fight. I promise a performance that ends with me triumphant.”


“My plan is straightforward; heed my team and stay alert. I aim to deliver a performance filled with the passionate Mexican fighting spirit this Saturday.

“I’m honored to share the card with Canelo. I’m seizing this important opportunity wholeheartedly.

“I won’t make bold predictions, but anticipate a fierce contest. Elijah Garcia brings his best, ensuring a thrilling fight for the fans.”



“It was an honor to train in Lake Tahoe alongside Canelo and Eddy Reynoso. The high altitude posed challenges, but we met our goals.

“I believe the heavyweight division recognizes my capabilities. This is probably why top fighters have steered clear. Come Saturday, I’ll showcase my value in the ring.”

Top heavyweight Frank “The Cuban Flash” Sanchez will headline the three-fight SHOWTIME PPV COUNTDOWN show as he prepares to fight Scott Alexander in a 10-round battle on Saturday, September 30. This will be a precursor to the Canelo Álvarez vs. Jermell Charlo SHOWTIME PPV event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The event will be brought to fans by Canelo Promotions in collaboration with Premier Boxing Champions pay-per-view.

The event roster will also include former light heavyweight champ Oleksandr Gvozdyk going head-to-head with Brazil’s Isaac Rodrigues in an eight-round battle. Moreover, 2012 U.S. Olympian Terrell Gausha is set to fight KeAndrae Leatherwood in an eight-round middleweight contest. Fans can catch the live stream starting at 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT on the SHOWTIME SPORTS YouTube channel and the SHOWTIME Boxing® Facebook page.

Guiding the show will be the talented MORNING KOMBAT live digital talk show hosts, Luke Thomas and Brian Campbell.

Following these fights, a four-fight pay-per-view event will start at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. This will be led by the important fight where Undisputed Super Middleweight World Champion Canelo Álvarez will defend his titles against Undisputed Junior Middleweight World Champion Jermell Charlo, marking a significant event for both reigning undisputed champions.

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From Cuba, Sánchez, with a scorecard of (22-0, 15 KOs), currently receives training in California from Canelo Álvarez’s respected trainer, Eddy Reynoso. At 31, Sanchez made waves in the heavyweight division with a significant win in October 2021. He outperformed the then-unbeaten Efe Ajagba and secured a unanimous decision victory. His most recent victory was against Daniel Martz in a single round in April. He is set to fight the 34-year-old Alexander (17-5-2, 9 KOs), who made headlines with his knockout of Jaime Solorio in August 2022. Alexander, hailing from Los Angeles, has taken on several contenders, including Zhilei Zhang, Carlos Negron, and Travis Kauffman.

After securing a bronze for Ukraine in the 2012 Olympics, Gvozdyk (19-1, 15 KOs) went professional in 2014. He rose through the ranks and secured the WBC champion title by knocking out Adonis Stevenson in the 11th round. However, post losing his title to Artur Beterbiev, Gvozdyk claimed two victories in 2023. His next opponent is Rodrigues (28-4, 22 KOs) from Brazil, who lost to Richard Rivera in his last fight.

Terrell Gausha (23-3-1, 12 KOs), a 2012 U.S. Olympian, has consistently faced challenging opponents, with matches against former champions like Austin Trout and contenders like Erickson Lubin. Gausha, displaying increased power, recently bested Brandyn Lynch. He’s scheduled to fight KeAndrae Leatherwood next.

The event will also feature a 140-pound contest between Gabriel Valenzuela (27-3-1, 16 KOs) and Yeis Gabriel Solano (15-2, 10 KOs). Furthermore, Curmel Moton is set to open up his professional career against Ezequiel Flores (4-0, 3 KOs), while Justin Viloria (3-0, 3 KOs) prepares to fight Angel Barrera (4-2).

Lastly, we’ll see promising talents from Kazakhstan. Bek Nurmaganbet (10-0, 8 KOs) is set to fight Abimbola Osundairo (5-0, 3 KOs), and Abilkhan Amankul (4-0, 4 KOs) will battle Joeshon James (7-0-1, 4 KOs).

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