"Camaron" Ramirez, Yamaguchi Falcao win 'on "LA FIGHT CLUB" at the Belasco Theater
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"Camaron" Ramirez, Yamaguchi Falcao win 'on "LA FIGHT CLUB" at the Belasco Theater
By German Villasenor, reporting from ringside for Doghouse Boxing (April 6, 2015)

L-R: Ramirez vs. Hidalgo
L-R: Ramirez vs. Hidalgo
All Photos © German Villasenor, Doghouse Boxing Inc.
In front of a full house, hosting the Golden Boy Promotions ''LA FIGHT CLUB'' at the Belasco Theater in Downtown L.A., in front of a strong fan base, Julian ''Camaron'' Ramirez showed off his skills utilizing a southpaw stance to outwit, out-punch and defeat Raul Hidalgo, 23-13, (17KOs) in the FOX SPORTS 1-televised main event.

Ramirez lands on  Hidalgo
Ramirez victory shot
Ramirez, was a punching-machine from the outset, cutting the ring off and cornering Hidalgo and placing body shots which slowed the fellow Mexican down enough to bust up his nose by the mid-rounds with head shots.

Hidalgo survived the late rounds staving off a stoppage, from Ramirez, who never stopped looking for it.

At the end of the ten round bout, all three judges scored it 100-90 for Ramirez. With the victory Ramirez.moved his record to 14-0 with 8KOs.

Falcao Defeats Tucker in scheduled Six.

Former Brazilian Olympian, the Super Middleweight Yamaguchi Falcao 5-0, (2KOs) out-punched a game, but wide punching and ultimatley out-gunned Deartie Tucker through six rounds of action.

Both fighters utilized too much with wide shots, but it would be Falcao landing the cleaner shots throughout the bout en route to a 59-54 (twice) and 58-55 unanimous decision.

Falcao did lose a point for repeated low blows at the end of the third frame.

In other results, southpaw Featherweight Joet Gonzalez 9-0 (4Kos) knocked out Ali Gonzalez, 6-6-1 (1KO), with a body shot t 2:25 of the second round of a scheduled six.

Welterweight southpaw Melsik Baghdasaryan won his pro-debut by stopping Mario Angeles 1-7-2, at :10 into the third round.

In the first fight of the evening, Super Lightweight Everton Lopes 2-0 (1KO) halted Robert Seyam 2-3 (2KOs) with a body blow at 1:24 of the first round.


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