Jesus Ramos Breaks Down Spencer; Chris Colbert Gets Controversial Win!

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Jesus Ramos | Cody Crowley | Jose Valenzuela & Chris Colbert.

Jesus Ramos Stops Joey Spencer; Chris Colbert Gets Close Decision Victory!

In a junior middleweight showdown of undefeated prospects, Jesus Ramos (20-0, 15KO) bulldozed and stopped Joey Spencer (16-1, 10KO). The first round told the tale of how the fight would play out as Ramos landed a counter right hand the dropped his opponent within seconds of the contest. This was the beginning of major problems for Spencer, as the much bigger Ramos continued to land bone-crushing straight right hands behind a pole-like jab.

As the fight continued, Spencer’s face showed signs of the damage even though he came forward trying to mount some offense. However, Ramos was just too strong, and after landing a flurry of unanswered punches, Spencer’s corner stopped the fight in the seventh round. This was the statement making performance the #7 WBC and #10 IBF Ramos needed to have.


Competing at lightweight for the first time Chris Colbert (17-1, 6KO) got off the canvas to defeat Jose Valenzuela (12-2, 8KO). The fireworks started early as Colbert tasted the canvas in the first round from a counter left hook. However, he recovered and started using those fast hands while coming forward with combinations that forced Valenzuela onto his back-foot. He was able to take control of the early rounds by going to the body and slowing Valenzuea’s work rate. Yet, the younger fighter came storming back, hurting Colbert several times with the overhand lefr. Furthermore, he landed a flurry of punches after his opponent retreated to ropes from getting hit with a looping left hand.

Prime Time once again came alive with those fast hands and quick combinations that paused the aggression of his foe. Going down to the final bell, it was a close fight as Colbert controlled majority of the last round before getting hurt in the final seconds. All three judges scored it 95-94 in favor of Prime Time, who received boos from fans. 3kingsboxing believes the judges got it right. Both fighters expressed wanting to stage a rematch.


In a WBC welterweight title eliminator, Cody Crowley (22-0, 9KO) won a phone booth type battle against Abel Ramos (27-6-2, 21KO). It was a fan-friendly contest as both men fought with ruthless aggression. Ramos controlled the early portion of the fight by landing with hard counters to the head and body, taking advantage of his flatfooted opponent. Crowley went to work in the middle rounds forcing Ramos against the ropes before attacking the body and finding a home for the straight left hand.

In the closing rounds, Crowley kept applying pressure and landed brutal uppercuts to the pit of the stomach and chin of his opponent. Ramos turned things around with a series of uppercuts and right hands. He appeared to have scored a knock down in the ninth round, but the outside referee overruled the call after reviewing the replay. The fans in attendance were cheering as both men gave it everything they had until the final bell. One judge saw it 114-114, as the other two saw it 115-113 and 116-112 in favor of Crowley. The Canadian is now in a position to fight for the WBC title!

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