Taylor vs Ramirez

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Scissors, Nov 2, 2019.


  1. Scissors

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    This is what we want to see. Shove the Ritson fight where the sun don’t shine. Be brilliant this, two aggressive fighters go to war.

     
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  2. Here's Johnny

    Here's Johnny Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Agreed but Taylor will probably want the easy money Ritson defence first. I wouldn’t blame him. Ritson could lose again and then there would be a big pay day lost.
     
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  3. anjawnaymiz

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    I’d rather see the unification with Ramirez than some soft touch defences, strike while the irons hot!

    we don’t want another brook style defences against the likes of donut, gavin and bizier

    if ritson had beat patera in a rematch and defended the ebu a few times then I wouldn’t mind the fight with Taylor
     
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  4. Here's Johnny

    Here's Johnny Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Agree 100%. I’m just thinking from his perspective he’d say he’s well within his rights to do that. I could see where he’s coming from because Ritson will lose again and Taylor would lose the easy money.
     
  5. VanBasten

    VanBasten New Member Full Member

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    Taylor makes more money fighting Ramirez than Ritson imo. He's already stated he wants to be undisputed champion. Ritson can bolt
     
  6. dryzer

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    Taylor is one fighter who deserves an 'easy' pay day before another very tough fight, his resume so far is top quality for someone with so few fights
     
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  7. Here's Johnny

    Here's Johnny Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Not sure. Hearn would make the Ritson fight ‘PPV with a stacked undercard, all British thing’ The partisan Geordies and Scots would be all over it, never mind the average sucker who laps Hearn’s semen up all time.
     
  8. Odins beard

    Odins beard IsaL is a flipper and a flopper Full Member

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    Taylor brutalises Ritson, it’s not even competitive.

    Taylor v Ramirez is a very good fight, a fight I think Taylor wins and looks great doing so.
     
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  9. VanBasten

    VanBasten New Member Full Member

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    Disagree. A fight for all the belts is a lot easier to promote than a domestic dust-up. Especially with the clout that Matchroom have in US with DAZN and here with SKY.
     
  10. KingKO

    KingKO El Terrible Full Member

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    Too right. He's been matched very tough, which has paid off because he's a great fighter and has unified in 16 fights. He'd still be fighting the likes of Scott Cardle if he was a matchroom prospect.
     
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  11. Willis Brown

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    Taylor has been matched hard to have got where he has in 16 fights is amazing , I think Ramirez for a chance of securing another belt would be a terrific match up .
     
  12. Mod-Mania

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    I think Taylor would win a close fight.
     


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