Here's everything you need to know as Britain’s Issac Dogboe bids to become the WBO featherweight world champion in Oklahome, USA, this weekend.
The two fighters will square off for the vacant WBO featherweight strap in the early hours of Sunday morning (April 2nd), with ringwalks expected at around 04:00 (BST).
The undercard is expected to start from 01:00 (BST), although timing of the main event will be dependent on the length of the undercard bouts.
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The hotly-anticipated bout will take place at the Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with the venue holding around 2,500 spectators.
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the bout in full on Sky, with the build-up to the main bout and the undercard commencing from 23:30 on Sky Sports Action.
Double Olympic gold medallist Robeisy Ramirez takes to the ring as the overwhelming 1/7 favourite as he looks to claim his first world title, with British-Ghanaian Isaac Dogboe priced at 9/2.
Cuban southpaw, Ramirez, reigned supreme at amateur level in London 2012, winning coveted gold in the flyweight division before stepping up to bantamweight to capture his second gold medal four years later in Tokyo – and victory this weekend would propel him to the summit of the professional game too.
For Dogboe, meanwhile, the scheduled bout offers him the opportunity of becoming a two-time world champion, having previously held the WBO junior-featherweight strap before his points loss against Emanuel Navarrete in 2018.
The WBO’s 126-pound division title will be on the line after former holder Navarrete vacated the strap in February to pursue further success at junior-lightweight.
Former holders of the WBO’s version of the featherweight title include Shakur Stevenson, Oscar Valdez and Vasiliy Lomachenko.
|Robeisy Ramirez (1/7)||Isaac Dogboe (9/2)|
|Nickname:||'El Tren'||'Royal Storm'|
|Height:||5ft 5ins||5ft 4ins|
|Trainer:||Ismael Salas||Barry Hunter|
|Record:||11-7 (7 KOs)||24-2 (16 KOs)|
|Titles:||None||Former WBO junior-featherweight|
|Last fight:||(W) - R9 TKO v Jose Romero (29/10/22)||(W) - SD v Joet Gonzalez (23/07/22)|
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There is a stacked undercard scheduled to take place ahead of this weekend's headline bout.
Joet Gonzalez, who was beaten by Isaac Dogboe last year, returns against Jose Enrique Vivas in the chief-support showdown, whilst Jahi Tucker and Nikoloz Sekhniashvili square-off in the light-middleweight division.
The full event card is as follows:
Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.
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