Former unified world super lightweight champion Jose Carlos Ramirez continues his rehabilitation after losing his undisputed showdown with Josh Taylor in 2021 by fighting Richard Commey.
Ramirez lost to Taylor on points and had to surrender his WBC and WBO titles.
Taylor has since relinquished all bar one of his titles, which has blown the super lightweight division wide open and both of these fighters are hoping a win here could help manoeuvre them towards another shot at being a world champion.
|What||Jose Carlos Ramirez v Richard Commey|
|Where||Save Mart Arena, Fresno, California|
|When||Saturday 25th March|
|How to watch||ESPN+|
|Odds||Jose Carlos Ramirez 1/10, Richard Commey 11/2|
The fight is scheduled to take place in the early hours of Sunday 26th March.
Television coverage of the main card gets underway at 02:00, with ringwalks for the main event scheduled for approximately 04:00.
The fight is set to take place at the Save Mart Arena in Fresno, California.
This will be the eighth time Ramirez has fought at this venue.
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The fight will be broadcast live on ESPN+, but the event is yet to be picked up by any UK broadcasters.
Jose Carlos Ramierz is 1/10 to win the bout.
Both fighters are former world champions, but there is no belt of any significance on the line.
The 30-year-old Ramirez has boxed 28 times professionally, winning 27 and losing just once.
The American has knocked out 17 of his opponents and his sole loss came in his undisputed world super lightweight clash with Taylor in 2021 - which he lost on the judges' scorecards.
Ghanaian fighter Richard Commey has fought 36 times professionally, suffering four losses and earning one draw.
Of his 30 wins, 27 have been by knockout, but the 36-year-old has won just once in his last four bouts.
The chief support on a low-key card in California is the unification bout between two undefeated women in the minimum weight class.
WBA champion Seniesa Estrada (23-0-0) takes on Germany's Tina Rupprecht (12-0-1) who currently holds the WBC title.
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