John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla: Full fight preview, Live stream, Date, Time and more

by Kent Green
0 comment

On Thursday night, the fight between John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla will determine who will hold the NABA super flyweight championship.

On a busy night in California, Ramirez and Padilla will compete against one another in an effort to advance up the rankings.

While Ramirez’s most recent bout took place in May against Jan Salvatierra, in which he was victorious, Padilla’s most recent bout took place against Carlos Buitrago, in which he was victorious on the scorecards.

This article will provide you with all the information you require regarding the “Scrappy” Ramirez vs. Padilla fight.

Date and Time of John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla Fight

  • Date: 23 February, Thursday.
  • Main card: 9 p.m. (ET) / 2 a.m. (GMT).
  • Main Event: 11 p.m. (ET) / 4 a.m. (GMT).

The main card is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) / 2 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and the battle between Ramirez and Padilla is scheduled to take place at approximately 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. GMT.

How to watch John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla Live

Where is the John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla take place?

The battle will go down at the Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino in Indio, California, on the west coast of the United States.

John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla Preview

As a professional, junior bantamweight prospect John Ramirez has demonstrated that he can talk the talk. Ramirez, who has never been defeated in his professional career, will soon get the chance to be the main event on the first significant fight bill of his career.

The fight between Ramirez and Luis Padilla is scheduled to take place at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California, on February 23. The 10-round fight will serve as the main event of a Golden Boy Fight Night show that will be broadcast live on DAZN beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern Time (6 p.m. Pacific Time).

Ramirez won his most recent fight, which took place on May 14 and was against Jan Salvatierra. Ramirez knocked out Salvatierra in the first round. The victory came in Ramirez’s third fight since signing with the Golden Boy Promotions banner.

The 26-year-old man was an outstanding athlete in high school, excelling in both football and soccer before devoting all of his time to boxing, a sport in which he excelled as an amateur. He is now a professional boxer.
Eric Gomez, the president of Golden Boy Promotions, thinks that Jose Ramirez has what he calls the “it” factor, which could propel him to great heights in the sport and make him a potential world champion.

The main event takes place on Thursday, February 23, at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California. The fight features the current bearer of the NABA super flyweight title, John “Scrappy” Ramirez (10-0, 8 KOs) of Los Angeles, competing against Luis Padilla (15-3-2, 2 KOs) of Guadalajara, Mexico. Watch the two competitors go at it live on DAZN for the opportunity to win the vacant WBA Continental Americas belt. A media workout was held for the fighters at the Joel Diaz Training Camp in advance of their 10-round battle against one another.

Manuel Flores, an unbeaten Coachella Valley fighter competing in an eight-round bantamweight co-main event, was also present at the practice. Flores’ record is 14-0 with 11 knockouts. His opponent is Franklin Gonzalez of Los Teques, Venezuela, who has a record of 25-1 with 25 knockouts. Also competing is Grant Flores, the nephew of Manny Flores, who was trained by Joel Diaz and will make his professional debut in the night’s opening super welterweight bout against Jorge Lopez (1-0), a Mexican fighter from Queretaro.

John Ramirez vs Luis Padilla fight card

  • The fight for the NABA junior bantamweight championship will be between John “Scrappy” Ramirez and Luis Padilla.
  • Manuel Flores vs. Franklin Gonzalez; Bantamweights
  • Lorraine Villalobos vs. Katherine Lindenmuth; Strawweights
  • Stefanie Cohen vs. Leanne Calderon; Bantamweights
  • Heavyweights Zachary Spiller and Kaleel Carter will go head-to-head.
  • Grant Flores vs. Christopher Gonzalez, Welterweights

You may also like