Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CST80, May 22, 2021.
97 - 91 Taylor
10-9 and 99-89 Taylor, was a clear Taylor round for two minutes, then Ramírez buzzed him pretty badly and pounced for a bit, not really able to sustain the moment, and Taylor finished stronger.
Bayliss getting in the way again
*Ramriez down. Haha!
Ramirez lands a couple good shots early in round 10, scuffing shots upstairs, but two-handed, Josh answers back after establishing his distance, more punches and pivots. It's easier for him, but Ramirez is clearly recovered and ready to contest rounds again. This looks like it is going to the cards, but two KDs makes Josh very hard to rob. Although the exchanges are closer now, and Ramirez has his jab working, it feels like Josh is controlling the fight...he did get hit on the ropes there though. Neds to be a bit careful. Outhits Ramirez two-handed though, ring centre, different gravy...Ramirez charges Taylor two-handed, Taylor looks to move, gorgeous counter left, Ramriez still stalking - aaaah, Ramirez won that round. Good on him.
Another taylor round, but ramirez is at least not letting this be easy, and had a few ok moments himself that stanza.
I meant Taylor
Another great round from Taylor, short wicked counters, looks comfortable in there right now
Ramirez might have gotten that round
Taylor is very good but he is a dirty ****ing fighter. Constantly holding and hitting on the breaks.
1. 10-9 Taylor
2. 10-9 Taylor
3. 10-9 Ramirez
4. 10-9 Ramirez, close
5. 10-9 Taylor
6. 10-8 Taylor
7. 10-8 Taylor
8. 10-9 Taylor
9. 10-9 Taylor
10. Ramirez 10-9, charitably
Taylor 6 ahead for me. He has to stay switched on though, stop leaving chin out hanging.
Ramirez is one of the toughest sob's i've ever seen