Gilberto Ramirez Looking To Bounce Back Against Gabe Rosado

Ramirez vs Rosado: March 18 on DAZN

Gilberto Ramirez to face Gabe Rosado on March 18
Gilberto Ramirez (L), Gabriel Rosado (Twitter)

Gilberto Ramirez and Gabriel Rosado To War in Mexico vs Puerto Rico Rivalry Bout!

In a classic Mexico vs Puerto Rico rivalry, one-time light heavyweight title challenger Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (44-1, 30KO) is looking to bounce back from a title defeat by fighting two-time middleweight title challenger “King Gabe” Gabriel Rosado (26-16-1, 15KO) on March 18.

Rosado is the Latino version of heavyweight Derek Chisora; he continues to get main-event fights no matter how many times he losses. At 37 years old, the Philadelphian should be looking at the end of his career, but the window of opportunity has stayed open.

His resume is stacked with the names of former to current world champions. However, he could be entering his last hooray. King Gabe has lost three fights in a row and will be going up to light heavyweight to face Ramirez.

Zurdo is looking to get back into the win column after suffering the first blemish on his record at the hands of WBA champion Dmitry Bivol on November 2022. The former WBO super middleweight champion gave a good performance until Bivol pulled away by displaying superior boxing skills.

Ramirez is still within an eyeshot of a championship, ranked number three by the WBA. The Mexican must look impressive in order to show that he can still be a force in the division.

Typically, this author would dismiss the fight as just another easy comeback fight. However, their Mexico vs Puerto Rico rivalry will push both men to go at each other as if their lives depended on it.

Fans will tune in to watch this Golden Boy Promotions event live on DAZN.

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