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Watch :: Mauricio Pintor vs Edson Ramirez Live Stream Online TV

Watch :: Mauricio Pintor vs Edson Ramirez Live Stream Online TV

Mauricio Pintor vs Edson Ramirez - Watch :: Mauricio Pintor vs Edson Ramirez Live Stream Online TV

Periphery welterweight contender Mauricio Pintor is wanting to cut out a fruitful vocation simply like his celebrated uncle did. A success Friday night could open more chances, including a main 15 positioning by an authorizing body.




Pintor will square off against Edson Ramirez at the Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City. The 10-round session will feature a ‘Container Telemundo’ broadcast (Telemundo, 11:35 p.m. ET/PT).

The Pintor-Ramirez conflict will be an intersection session between two contenders who dwells in the Mexico City region. As indicated by advertiser Tuto Zabala, Jr., it is an equally coordinated battle with more than boasting rights hanging in the balance.

“It’s a fight between two youthful warriors, who have a ton of appetite and are searching for wonder,” Zabala revealed to The Ring Tuesday evening. “I figure it will be an incredible battle.”

Pintor (21-3-1, 13 knockouts) has seen brilliance and accomplishment inside his family. He is the nephew of Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Pintor, who won world title belts at 118 and 122 pounds.




In his keep going session on Mar. 15, Pintor crushed Diego Cruz by consistent choice. It was his first battle in two years, following a split-choice misfortune to Patricio Lopez Moreno.

Pintor did not battle for a long time somewhere in the range of 2013 and 2016. Pintor was imprisoned for year and a half before being excused on equipped theft allegations.

“Mauricio has battled on three ‘Boxeo Telemundo’ broadcasts,” said Zabala. “He has a fan-accommodating style and originates from a boxing family. He battled Ricardo Alvarez (the more established sibling of Canelo Alvarez) back in (October of) 2012 of every a battle many idea he did what’s needed to win. A success over Ramirez could place him in dispute in a solid (welterweight) division.”

Ramirez (18-3-1, 8 KOs) has not battled since Mar. 31 of a year ago, when he lost by consistent choice to previous world lightweight titleholder Anthony Crolla. Ramirez was unbeaten in 18 battles entering the Crolla battle.

In the co-highlight, lightweight Omar Solano (8-3, 2 KOs) will confront Jorge Batalla Martinez (3-2, 2 KOs) in a six-round session.




Junior featherweight Ernesto Saucedo Ortega (6-0, 6 KOs) will square off against Eric Cruz (4-5, 1 KO) in a six-round session.

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