An explosive display of striking: Jose Ramirez wins via knockout
by ARYAN LAKHANI | VIEW 337
Jose Ramirez showed the boxing world the power of efficient striking; it was a dominating performance; Richard Commey was outplayed significantly in the course of 11 rounds. There was a lot of pressure built around this event, especially for Jose Ramirez because he repeatedly dismissed the opportunity of defending his belt, which is why this victory is very special for him.
It will be very interesting to see who Jose Ramirez fights next. Jose Ramirez has a fascinating professional boxing record of 28-1 (18 KO’s) and now seems to have regained his winning momentum after a tough loss against Josh Taylor that snatched a ‘0‘ from his well-maintained boxing record.
Ramirez last won via knockout in 2019, and today’s performance will allow him to progress seamlessly.
Jose Ramirez on winning the match
Ramirez seemed to be grateful, fulfilled by his performance and happy to do it in front of his crowd, and the crowd felt the same way.
“It’s always an honor to fight here in Fresno,” said Ramirez, as quoted by boxingscene.com. “La Raza, we’re a family here in the Central Valley. We’re family oriented, and it’s an honor to showcase my talent in front of my people”.
Jose Ramirez is ready to fight anyone; he gave clear indications in the post fight interview. “I want any world champion,” insisted Ramirez. “Regis Prograis. I want the winner of Josh Taylor and Teofimo Lopez.
If Regis is serious about the fight, let’s sit down and talk – and stop the bs. Let’s sit down and make the fight happen. Have your management sit down and make the fight happen if you’re serious about it”.
Richard commey is a fantastic striker, and a loss shouldn’t define his career; he has a record of 30-5-1( 27 KO’s) and has the potential to cause serious damage to his opponents. It will be very interesting to see when and who he fights next. (Photo credit: MIKEY WILLIAMS/TOP RANK INC VIA GETTY IMAGES)