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The good news in Austin, Texas is that local fighter Casey Ramos improved his record to 15-0 (4 KO's) Saturday night in Thackerville, OK at the WinStar World Casino Global Event Ballroom on the Top Rank Boxing Red River Rumble card televised nationally on Fox Sports Net in the co-main event of the evening that had the fans riveted.

The fact of the matter is that his recent wins are becoming harder to come by as the 22 - year-old super featherweight is being put in deep, beyond what should be competitive wars in the ring.

Does he need a few easy paydays off TV to further improve his marquee value while steadily improving his boxing skills?

Ramos went eight brutal rounds in winning a unanimous decision over Joselito Collado, 12-1 (3 KO's) of Queens, NY.

I wish more fighters had the will and skill of Ramos to want to fight the best available challengers all the time, but Ramos is still a work in progress that needs time to mature in the ring and doesn't need life or death battles in the ring this early in his career.

While the three judges had Ramos winning seven of the eight rounds, I thought it was closer with some of the early rounds difficult to score.

Ramos was dropped by a clean left hook in the second round and that turned out to be the only round that was awarded to Collado, which is a shame and reason why out of town fighters rarely take the risk of fighting in a challengers back yard. I applaud Collado for his decision and his effort.

In other action on the card, Vanes Martirosyan, 31-0, (19 KO's) and a world-rated middleweight fighting out of Glendale, CA but from Armenia, had no problems with respected journeyman Richard Gutierrez by sweeping all 10 rounds on two of the judges cards and nine of 10 from the third judge.

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Yordenis Ugas of Cuba improved to 10-0 (5 KO's) with a second round stoppage of Rynell Griffin in a super welterweight fight.

Abie Han, 15-0, (10 KO's) of El Paso defeated Eloy Suarez of San Antonio, Texas who fell to 11-13.

Luis Zarazua of Edinburg, TX needed only 28 seconds of the first round in his professional debut to stop Jorge Flores (0-3) Poteet, TX.

Austin, Texas is that local fighter Casey Ramos improved his record to 15-0 (4 KO's) Saturday night in Thackerville, OK at the WinStar World Casino Global Event Ballroom on the Top Rank Boxing Red River Rumble card televised nationally on Fox Sports Net in the co-main event of the evening that had the fans riveted.

The fact of the matter is that his recent wins are becoming harder to come by as the 22 - year-old super featherweight is being put in deep, beyond what should be competitive wars in the ring.

Does he need a few easy paydays off TV to further improve his marquee value while steadily improving his boxing skills?

Ramos went eight brutal rounds in winning a unanimous decision over Joselito Collado, 12-1 (3 KO's) of Queens, NY.

I wish more fighters had the will and skill of Ramos to want to fight the best available challengers all the time, but Ramos is still a work in progress that needs time to mature in the ring and doesn't need life or death battles in the ring this early in his career.

While the three judges had Ramos winning seven of the eight rounds, I thought it was closer with some of the early rounds difficult to score. Ramos was dropped by a clean left hook in the second round and that turned out to be the only round that was awarded to Collado, which is a shame and reason why out of town fighters rarely take the risk of fighting in a challengers back yard. I applaud Collado for his decision and his effort.

In other action on the card, Vanes Martirosyan, 31-0, (19 KO's) and a world-rated middleweight fighting out of Glendale, CA but from Armenia, had no problems with respected journeyman Richard Gutierrez by sweeping all 10 rounds on two of the judges cards and nine of 10 from the third judge.

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Yordenis Ugas of Cuba improved to 10-0 (5 KO's) with a second round stoppage of Rynell Griffin in a super welterweight fight.

Abie Han, 15-0, (10 KO's) of El Paso defeated Eloy Suarez of San Antonio, Texas who fell to 11-13.

Luis Zarazua of Edinburg, TX needed only 28 seconds of the first round in his professional debut to stop Jorge Flores (0-3) Poteet, TX.

Thackerville, OK at the WinStar World Casino Global Event Ballroom on the Top Rank Boxing Red River Rumble card televised nationally on Fox Sports Net in the co-main event of the evening that had the fans riveted.

The fact of the matter is that his recent wins are becoming harder to come by as the 22 - year-old super featherweight is being put in deep, beyond what should be competitive wars in the ring.

Does he need a few easy paydays off TV to further improve his marquee value while steadily improving his boxing skills?

Ramos went eight brutal rounds in winning a unanimous decision over Joselito Collado, 12-1 (3 KO's) of Queens, NY.

I wish more fighters had the will and skill of Ramos to want to fight the best available challengers all the time, but Ramos is still a work in progress that needs time to mature in the ring and doesn't need life or death battles in the ring this early in his career.

While the three judges had Ramos winning seven of the eight rounds, I thought it was closer with some of the early rounds difficult to score. Ramos was dropped by a clean left hook in the second round and that turned out to be the only round that was awarded to Collado, which is a shame and reason why out of town fighters rarely take the risk of fighting in a challengers back yard. I applaud Collado for his decision and his effort.

In other action on the card, Vanes Martirosyan, 31-0, (19 KO's) and a world-rated middleweight fighting out of Glendale, CA but from Armenia, had no problems with respected journeyman Richard Gutierrez by sweeping all 10 rounds on two of the judges cards and nine of 10 from the third judge.

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Yordenis Ugas of Cuba improved to 10-0 (5 KO's) with a second round stoppage of Rynell Griffin in a super welterweight fight.

Abie Han, 15-0, (10 KO's) of El Paso defeated Eloy Suarez of San Antonio, Texas who fell to 11-13.

Luis Zarazua of Edinburg, TX needed only 28 seconds of the first round in his professional debut to stop Jorge Flores (0-3) Poteet, TX.

Glendale, CA but from Armenia, had no problems with respected journeyman Richard Gutierrez by sweeping all 10 rounds on two of the judges cards and nine of 10 from the third judge.

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Yordenis Ugas of Cuba improved to 10-0 (5 KO's) with a second round stoppage of Rynell Griffin in a super welterweight fight.

Abie Han, 15-0, (10 KO's) of El Paso defeated Eloy Suarez of San Antonio, Texas who fell to 11-13.

Luis Zarazua of Edinburg, TX needed only 28 seconds of the first round in his professional debut to stop Jorge Flores (0-3) Poteet, TX.

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