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WBO Boxing | Raymundo Beltran vs Hiroki Okada Live Stream, Start Time, Venue

WBO Boxing | Raymundo Beltran vs Hiroki Okada Live Stream, Start Time, Venue

Raymundo Beltran vs Hiroki Okada Live Stream




Previous WBO lightweight titleholder Raymundo Beltran had a here and there 2018.

He contended energetically to verify a green card in a fight that is as yet progressing. He contended energetically to satisfy his fantasy of winning a world title, outscoring individual veteran Paulus Moses more than 12 rounds. He contended energetically however missed the mark in his first barrier against Jose Pedraza who beat him by consistent choice.




Beltran, who is at present evaluated No. 8 by The Ring at 135 pounds, presently hopes to reconstruct against the unbeaten Hiroki Okada in a 10-round junior welterweight challenge at the Save Mart Arena, Fresno, California on Sunday.

“We have this open door at 140 pounds, yet despite everything we’re available to perceive what openings we get at 140 or 135,” said Beltran (35-8-1, 21 knockouts) in a meeting with The Ring. “Whatever open door starts things out, we’ll do it.

“It will be an intense test for me at 140. [Okada’s] an exceptionally sure warrior, however we’re prepared. I don’t think a lot about him. I’m increasingly mindful about my myself and spotlight on what I can do and make an arrangement to beat him.”




Okada (19-0, 11 KOs) turned proficient in his local Japan in 2011. He won a national title in 2014 and made six effective barriers previously emptying to assist his reality title aspirations.

A year ago the 29-year-old from Tokyo marked with Top Rank and edged Cristian Rafael Coria by 10-round split choice. Confronting Beltran will be a stage up, however triumph would push him one bit nearer to a world title battle.

Beltran-Okada is boss help to the headliner including WBC 140-pound titlist Jose Ramirez who faces Jose Zepeda in his second title protection.

Ramirez is the conspicuous battle for the champ, yet Beltran isn’t focusing on anybody specifically.




“I’m centered around this battle,” he said. “Each warrior longs for being a best on the planet. [I want] any title, any chance, I couldn’t care less; it tends to be Ramirez or one of alternate victors. I simply need to win this battle and after that we’ll see what is straightaway.”

The previous titleholder turns 38 in July and could be pardoned for searching for simpler approaches to bring home the bacon.

“I haven’t cultivated my objectives yet and that is the thing that props me up,” said Beltran. “I need to get a different universe title and battle a major name like [Vasiliy] Lomachenko, or make a battle that individuals can recall for quite a long time.”

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