Boxing Results: Arsen Goulamirian Loses to Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez!

By Ken Hissner - 03/31/2024 - Comments

At You Tube Theater, Inglewood, California, Saturday over DAZN promoter Osca De La Hoya (Golden Boy Promotions) presented in the Main Event WBA World Cruiser champion Arsen “Feroz” Goulamirian lost his world title to the former WBO Super Middleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez by decision.

In the Main Event WBA Cruiser champ Arsen “Feroz” Goulamirian, 27-1 (19), #199 ½, of Yerevan, ARM, Glendale, CA, lost to former WBO Super Middle champ Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 46-1 (30), #199 ½, of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, MEX, over 12 rounds.

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In the first round Ramirez took the round countering with his jab. In the second round Goulamirian landed a right to the body in the final minute taking the round. In the fourth round Ramirez landed a right uppercut to the chin.

In the final minute Goulamirian had Ramirez against the ropes with a right to the chin. After four rounds Ramirez seemed up 3-1.

In the fifth round Ramirez outworked Goulamirian. In the sixth round Ramirez rocked Goulamirian with a left to the chin buckling his legs.

In the seventh rounds final minute Goulamirian laned half a dozen unanswered punches to the chin of Ramirez. In the eighth through the tenth rounds Ramirez continued using his jab taking the rounds.

In the eleventh round Ramirez continued staying inside giving Goulamirian punching room but got away with it with his hand speed. In the twelfth and final round Referee Jack Reiss without warning allowed Goulamirian push Ramirez back four times. Ramirez still won the round and possibly the title.

Scores were 118-110 by all judges and KH.

Welter southpaw Alexis “Lex’ Rocha, 24-2 (16), #146 ½ of Irvine, CA, stopped Fredrick “General Okunka” Lawson, 30-5 (22), #146, of Accra, GH, Chicago, IL, after seven rounds of a scheduled 10 rounds.

In the first round Rocha dominated hurting Lawson with a right uppercut to the chin midway. In the second he kept the pressure on Lawson. In the fourth round Rocha hurt Lawson with a right to the ribs while he had him against the ropes.

In the seventh round Rocha had Lawson defenseless on the ropes in the final seconds with Referee Ray Corona close to stopping it. The Lawson corner stopped it between rounds.

In a rematch Fly Ricardo “El Nino” Rafael Sandoval, 24-2 (17), #115, of Rialto, CA, stopped Carlos “Chocorroncito” Buitrago, 38-13-1 (22), #116 ½, of Managua, NIC, after eight rounds of a scheduled 10 rounds.

In the first four rounds each won two with Sandoval the aggressor. In the fifth round Sandoval had a good round out landing Buitrago two to one.

From the sixth through the eighth it was a war with Sandoval having the face of Buitrago swelled up. The ring physician came in between rounds calling a halt.

Referee was Gerald White.

Welter Santiago “Somer” Dominguez, 27-0 (20), #146 ¾, of Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, MEX, Ft. Worth, TX, defeated by split decision Jose “Guerro” Luis Sanchez, 14-4-1 (4), #149, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, over 10 rounds.

In the first four rounds Dominguez gave a body beating to Sanchez. In the fifth round Dominguez drew blood from the nose of Sanchez.

In the seventh and eighth rounds Sanchez fought back well but not enough to win the rounds and had swelling under his left eye.

In the tenth and final rounds final seconds Dominguez landed a solid right to the chin of Sanchez who showed guts to get through the ten rounds. Referee Jack Reiss.

Scores 97-93 Sanchez, 96-94 and 97-93 Dominiguez as did KH.

Welter Joel Iriarte, 2-0 (2), #146, of Bakersfield, CA, knocked out Kevin “Pachuco” Aguirre, 5-3 (2), #143, of Guerrero, MEX, at 2:09 of the first round of a scheduled 4 rounds.

In the first round with a little over a minute remaining Iriarte landed a flurry of punches possibly breaking the nose dropping Aguirre who took the count from Referee Edward Hernandez, Sr.

Ring Announcer Joe Martinez