The official weigh-in for Saturday’s WBO Super-Middleweight world championship fight between undefeated WBO world champion Gilberto Ramirez and WBO number four rated Super-Middleweight contender Habib Ahmed took place on Friday in Corpus Christi, TX. The official weights for the entire card are as follows.
Main Event: WBO Super-Middleweight world championship – 12Rds.
Gilberto Ramirez (Champion) 168lbs. vs. Habib Ahmed (Challenger) 166 1/2lbs.
IBF Jr. Bantamweight world championship – 12Rds.
Jerwin Ancajas (Champion) 114 3/4lbs. vs. Israel Gonzalez 114lbs.
Light-Heavyweight – 10Rds.
Thomas Awimbono 179 1/2lbs. vs. Jesse Hart 173 1/4lbs.
Jr. Lightweight – 6Rds.
Alex Solorio 130lbs. vs. Gabriel Flores 131 1/2lbs.
Jr. Middleweight – 4Rds.
David Kaminsky 148 1/2lbs. vs. Rafael Munoz 149 1/2lbs.
Welterweight – 8Rds.
Matthew Strode 149 1/2lbs. vs. Jose Benavidez 148lbs.
Jr. Welterweight – 8Rds.
John Delperdang 144 1/2lbs. vs. Teofimo Lopez 139 3/4lbs.
Super-Middleweight – 8Rds.
Frankie Filippone 166 1/2lbs. vs. Rohan Murdock 169 1/2lbs.
Ramirez vs. Ahmed takes place Tonight (Saturday, February 3rd) at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, TX. The card can be seen in the United States on ESPN beginning at 10:15PM ET/7:15PM PT and will also be streamed live on the ESPN and Watch ESPN apps. A portion of undercard bouts will air on ESPN News beginning at 9PM ET/6PM PT. For more information about ESPN, ESPN Boxing, and the ESPN and Watch ESPN apps please visit: www.espn.com. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the card can be seen on BoxNation beginning at 2AM (Sunday, February 4th Local UK Time.) For more information about BoxNation please visit: www.boxnation.com. Check your listings internationally.
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