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The latest tome on his bookshelf is Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey, and as he explains, not being able to express himself to the English-speaking media and fan base prompted him to learn a new language.
Barrera has only been seen twice since that, a win over Seanie Monaghan was followed by a loss in his last outing, a points loss over ten in June 2019 against common opponent Jesse Hart.
Ramirez has talked about a contest with Bivol before the end of 2021, but first he must deal with what is in front of him this weekend.
Ramirez won all 12 rounds to take the WBO Super Middleweight title from Arthur Abraham, and the 30-year-old southpaw would make five relatively low key defences, including two tussles with Jesse Hart that he won via close unanimous and majority verdicts.
The Mexican was massive for the weight however, and a move up was a natural. Tommy Karpency was retired after four rounds of Gilberto’s 175 pound debut in April 2019, and in his last fight, he halted Alfonso Lopez in ten rounds.
“When I was amateur, I lost my first eight fights, and then I said that will never happen again,” recalls Ramirez, who refused to let that rough start take him off his path.
“It was my pride,” he said. “I want to do this. It's no secret - it's hard work and discipline and belief in yourself; that's what you need.”
Today, those impossible dreams have all come true, and he’s still chasing more. He logged a reign of over two years as the WBO super middleweight champion and after relinquishing his crown and moving up to the light heavyweight division, where he has won back-to-back bouts over Tommy Karpency and Alfonso Lopez, “Zurdo” has designs on another world title and the big fights he’s wanted.
“I knew that a lot of people were still ducking Javier Fortuna and nobody wants to fight him because he's a dangerous, tough fighter, kind of awkward fighter as well and a powerful fighter at 135,” he admitted.
“But with me, man, I feel like I have all the tools, and I got the power at 135 to go out there and and beat this guy, and I feel like this opportunity that God created for myself to go out there and to get back what's mine, and to make me at the top of the division, and at the top of the boxing once again.”
Diaz even suggested that the biggest names in the lightweight division would make suitable opponents in future.
“I just got to see after this after this victory after this victory, if there's an opportunity for me to fight one of the big names at 135,” he began.
“Devin Haney, Ryan Garcia, any of these any of these top fighters, Gervonta Davis, Teofimo Lopez, then I mean, of course, I'll be willing to, you know, think about staying at 135 pounds, but I feel like I still have a lot of unfinished business at 130 that I still need to handle.”
“I feel like this is my weight now and I feel really comfortable and strong,” he said. “I think it's gonna be a good fight here in LA (against Barrera) with a lot of Mexican people, a lot of Latinos, and I want to give a good show to all the people.”