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Ramirez vs Pedraza fight prediction, odds, start time, how to watch, live stream

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Well, undisputed may be part of the accolades, but many believe there is dispute in the result of the bout against Jack Catterall. Watching Taylor struggle through the 12 rounds to a split decision had to have been frustrating for former unified world champion and No. 2 ranked junior welterweight Jose “Jaguar” Ramirez. He lost his titles to Taylor fair and square last year in the first loss of his career. Ramirez (26-1-0, 17 KO) will have an opportunity to climb the pound-for-pound rankings and drum up support for a rematch on Friday, March 4, 2022, when he faces former two-weight champion Jose “Sniper” Pedraza. A hardware match, the two will fight for the vacant WBO International Junior Welterweight (Super Lightweight) Title at Save Mart Arena in Fresno, California.

Ramirez vs Pedraza fight info

  • When: Friday, March 4, 2022
  • Main Card Start Time:  10:30 p.m. EST / 7:30 p.m. PST
  • Location: Save Mart Center – Fresno, California
  • How to Watch: ESPN+, FightPass

The Top Rank event will also feature Joet Gonzales (24-2-0, 14 KO) against Jeo Santisima (21-3-0, 18 KO) in a featherweight bout with potential title implications. Gonzalez, a heavy favorite, has twice fought for a world title, and hopes to get another crack at it. Handling a knockout hitter like Santisima in Friday’s 10-round bout would surely help. The card will also feature the professional boxing debut of heavyweight Richard Torrez Jr., a 2021 Olympian. At the Tokyo Games, Torrez took the silver medal, losing to Uzbekistan’s Bakhodir Jalolov in the final.

The Top Rank event will also feature Joet Gonzales (24-2-0, 14 KO) against Jeo Santisima (21-3-0, 18 KO) in a featherweight bout with potential title implications. Gonzalez, a heavy favorite, has twice fought for a world title, and hopes to get another crack at it. Handling a knockout hitter like Santisima in Friday’s 10-round bout would surely help. The card will also feature the professional boxing debut of heavyweight Richard Torrez Jr., a 2021 Olympian. At the Tokyo Games, Torrez took the silver medal, losing to Uzbekistan’s Bakhodir Jalolov in the final.

Jose Ramirez vs Jose Pedraza: full card for tonight’s event

  • Jose Ramirez (-600) vs Jose Pedraza (+425) – WBO International Junior Welterweight (Super Lightweight) Title
  • Joet Gonzalez (-575) vs Jeo Santisima (+400)
  • Richard Torrez Jr. (-3000) vs Allen Melson (+1200)
  • Gabriel Flores Jr. (-350) vs Abraham Montoya (+275)
  • Hector Tanajara (-800) vs Miguel Contreras (+550)

How to watch Jose Ramirez vs Jose Pedraza live stream in USA, Australia & other countries

If you’re away from home or in another country, streaming the fight can be difficult. FightPass is a great option to check out, and it doesn’t require a VPN, plus there is no contract or subscription. Fightpass is a high-quality stream that can be viewed on any Internet-enabled device. They are offering Jose Ramirez vs Jose Pedraza Fight in a exclusive rate.

Jose Ramirez vs Jose Pedraza Fight Prediction

Acording to CBS Sports– Given his technical yet aggressive style of straight-ahead boxing, it’s hard to imagine a Ramirez fight that isn’t exciting. Pedraza’s equally daring style should make this one no different, especially given their natural contrast in styles with Pedraza being the natural counter puncher who, like Ramirez, isn’t afraid to operate at close distance.

Even though Ramirez is a bit fresher of the two fighters, the wide odds fail to tell the story of just how game Pedraza still is. What they do indicate, however, is that Pedraza hasn’t proven to be the same type of puncher at 140 pounds that he was in the lower weight divisions. He’s also not nearly as busy as Ramirez, which ultimately should be the difference. Look for Ramirez to attack the body but do so in a much more calculated manner than he did against Taylor. Barring any kind of strategic mishap, this one should be both fun and go the distance as Ramirez reclaims his name among the elite fighters at junior welterweight.

Pick: Ramirez via UD12 

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