The Cuban guy Robeisy Ramirez scored the sixth victory of his professional career Saturday night by defeating by TKO in the sixth round Brandon valdes In Las Vegas.
Ramirez, who plays in the feathers, is one of the most exciting prospects in boxing today. In his history he has two Olympic gold medals, and the last of them was won by Shakur stevenson in the final fight for the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
However, the professional debut was a blow to reality. Robeisy Ramirez lost to Adam Gonzalez, a fight that wasn’t budgeted for him to lose.
Little by little, the 26-year-old Cuban has been putting his professional career on track, with six consecutive victories, and four of them by knockout.
This Saturday, even though Robeisy Ramirez failed to bring down Brandon valdes, in the sixth round he rushed a demolition job that forced the referee to intervene to stop the fight. The Cuban showed that power and precision of hitting that has distinguished him in his passage through professionalism.
In this way, it was confirmed that Robeisy Ramirez he has corrected the course, and has recovered the brilliance of enormous promise that he had when he turned professional.
– Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) December 13, 2020