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“I did it because I didn't want the translator to say something that I didn't want to say,” Ramirez said. “They always say something I don't want.”
Now, Ramirez can express how he feels and say what he wants to say himself. And no, that’s not a prerequisite for stardom here in the States, but it doesn’t hurt, and as he looks to beat Barrera and grab a belt or two or four at 175 pounds, he also has his eye on a much-discussed bout against countryman Canelo Alvarez.
“That fight will happen eventually in the near future, and it's good because people are asking for that fight and the people want to see it because they expect a war every time two Mexicans step in the ring,” he said.
Of course, there is the issue of Alvarez and De La Hoya not exactly being on each other’s Christmas card list, but money has a wonderful way of soothing over any hard feelings, so if the market is there for an Alvarez-Ramirez showdown, it will likely happen.
And boy, oh boy, wouldn’t it be something to have it in Mexico, maybe in the Estadio Azteca that hosted over 132,000 fans when Julio Cesar Chavez beat Greg Haugen in 1993.
Hot junior middleweight prospect Tursynbay Kulakhmet (3-0, 2 KOs) faces Aleksei Evchenko (19-14-2, 8 KOs) on Saturday in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Kulakhmet’s home country. The fight will be streamed on ESPN+.
Barrera (22-3, KO14) is a bonafide Light Heavyweight, and should give Ramirez a decent workout.
Decent wins over Jeff Lacy (TKO4) and Karo Murat (KO5) lead to a meeting with Andre Ward in March 2016, but ‘SOG’ was just too good, and scored a wide points win.
Sullivan rebounded with four straight wins, including an impressive decision win over ten against current WBO champion, Joe Smith Jr, and that gave him a shot at the WBA title.
The Miami-based 39-year-old was stopped in the final round when well behind by Dmitri Bivol in March 2018.
Ramirez laughs, and he clearly sounds at ease before one of the most important fights of his career. It’s a good spot to be in - 30 years old, in his prime, and in control; not just in the ring, but outside of it, where one of most visible signs of that control is in his rapidly growing command of the English language.
“I've been reading in English, and I finished two books – Relentless (by Tim Grover), Can't Hurt Me (by David Goggins) - and I'm reading more in English; that's why I'm learning.”