Ramirez victorious on LA Fight Club
- Updated: April 3, 2015
Los Angeles’ ‘El Cameron’, Julian Ramirez, topped a Thursday edition of Golden Boy Promotions second installment of their ‘Fight Night Club’ series live on Fox Sports from the Belasco Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
Ramirez, (14-0, 8 KOs), didn’t disappoint, often firing away to the body and head against veteran 35 fight veteran Raul Hidalgo.
Hidalgo made a good impression of himself early, but faded late and Ramirez was able to put in a solid 10 round contest and earned a lopsided decision on the judges’ cards at 100-90.
It marked Ramirez’ first 10 round bout as a professional.
Ft. Smith, Arkansas’ Deartie Tucker took a fight on a one-day notice and jumped up a weight-class to take on Yamaguchi Falcao in a gritty super middleweight contest that had back and forth action and competitiveness.
Tucker (3-1) may have not had as much of a skillset that his blue corner opponent did, yet what he lacked in skill he made up for in heart.
The scores were all Falcao at 59-54 twice and 58-55, but it was by no means a walk through opponent for the Brazilian, who is now 5-0.
Everton Lopez moved his record to 2-0 with an easy work TKO over Robert Seyam in a super lightweight contest.
In the nights’ opener, Melsik Baghdasaryan made his pro debut a successful one, logging a knockdown in round one and eventual stoppage of opponent Mario Angeles in round three.
Baghdasaryan, (1-0, 1 KO) had MMA superstar Rhonda Rousey in his corner and the two-sport fighter made this first impression in the boxing game the best way one can: via knockout.
“I have to work on boxing and throwing combinations, and not go for the knockout like I would in MMA. Boxing is different.”
Joet Gonzalez looked impressive in his featherweight contest against Ali Gonzalez in the supporting bout of the night.
Gonzalez, (9-0, 4 KOs) worked the body well and stopped his opponent impressively for his fourth stoppage as a pro.
In attendance: Randy Caballero, Diego De La Hoya, Oscar De La Hoya, Frankie Gomez, Jorge Linares, and Alfonso Gomez.