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> The Official Jose Luis Ramirez - Joan Guzman World Lightweight Championship SFW IV Thread, The Return Of The Lightweight King
Ramirez - Guzman
Who will walk away The Lightweight Champion Of The World?
Ramirez via KO/TKO [ 1 ] ** [25.00%]
Ramirez via Decision [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Guzman via KO/TKO [ 1 ] ** [25.00%]
Guzman via Decision [ 2 ] ** [50.00%]
DRAW! [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
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CyruS
post Dec 30 2008, 08:09 AM
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Sunday January 4, 2009 marks the return of one the greatest fighters to ever fight.


Reigning and Defending 2-Time Lightweight Champion Of The World and Winner of the FHWeBL 2008 Comeback Fighter Of The Year Award, Jose Luis Ramirez (38-27-1 37KOs) puts his title on the line against the Former Jr. Bantamweight World Champion, Former record setting 7-Time Lightweight World Champion, Former Jr. Welterweight World Champion, The Former #1 Pound For Pound Fighter in the World, The Greatest Lightweight Fighter of all times, Joan Guzman (38-9-4 12KOs)


Will the cindarella story continue for Jose Luis Ramirez? Or Will the former Lightweight King, Joan Guzman, reclaim his throne and become an unbelievable..... 8-Time Lightweight World Champion?


Jose Luis Ramirez Career Highlights :

L UD 12, W UD 12 Paul Malignaggi - avenges defeat to the HOFer.
L UD 12, W KO 9 Phransis Theeodoar - avenges defeat with KO performance.
L UD 12, W TKO 10 Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson - avenges defeat with KO over the former world champion.
L UD 12, W KO 1 Arthur Gatti - avenges defeat with KO performance.
L UD 12, W TKO 9 Jeff "The Gladiator" Ghusson - avenges defeat with KO performance.
D 12, L UD 12, W KO 11 Marijus Juozapas - avenges defeat with KO performance.
L UD 12, W KO 11 Ray De Los Santos - avenges defeat with KO over the former world champion.
W KO 9 Ultimo Dragon - win over top contender.
W KO 3 Junior Do Prado - win over the former world champion.
W TKO 10, W KO 10 Andreas Amadeus - wins lightweight title.
W TKO 1 Kelson Pinto - win over top contender.
W KO 6 Juan Carlos Burgos - win over top contender.
W TKO 7 Angenis Mendez - win over top contender.
W TKO 11 Catalina Cruz - win over former world champion.
W KO 1 Muhamad Rakhmatullaev - win over top contender.
W TKO 4 Josh Joshua - win over the former world champion.

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Joan Guzman Career Highlights :

W UD 12 Osvaldo Batista - For the Jr. Bantamweight Title
D 12, D 12, W UD 12, W UD 12, W UD 12 Cash On Demand - turns draws over into dominate wins.
W UD 12 Rafael Vasquez - win over former champion.
W TKO 7, W KO 12, W KO 10 Pavel "The Spy" Molotov - solid win over the former world champion
W TKO 6 Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson - solid win over the former world champion
W KO 11,L UD 12, L UD 12, W KO 12 Jesse Jane - won lightweight title in fight one. turns over losses into another knockout win to win the lightweight title for the 2nd time over the 3 division world champion.
L KO 4, W UD 12 Ricardo Reyes - turns over careless loss into a dominating win to win back the lightweight title for the 3rd time.
W TKO 9 Tera Patrick - destroys 3 division World Champion Tera Patrick in lightweight super fight.
W UD 12, W SD 12 Carlos "El Indio" Quintana - Defeated the #1 contender, Undefeated Quintana.
L UD 12, W UD 12, W UD 12, W UD 12 Ray De Los Santos - loses title in fight 1. Regains title and delivers the first loss to the undefeated Santos in fight 2. Completes the trilogy with a UD victory in fight 3. Defeates #1 contender Santos again in fight 4.
W UD 12 JoJo - delivers the first loss to the undefeated 21-0 #1 Contender.
D 12, D 12, L UD 12, W SD 12, L UD 12, W UD 12, W UD 12 Muckles Reilly - Loses Lightweight Title in fight 3 after 2 draws. Regains Lightweight title for the 5th time in Fight 4. Loses lightweight title in fight 5. Regains lightweight title for the 6th time in fight 6 over the #1 contender and champion Reilly. Fight #7 clearly beats Reilly to win the lightweight title for the 7th time.
W UD 12 Zab "Super" Judah - Wins Jr. Welterweight Title over HOFer and top 5 p4p at the time.


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BigG
post Dec 30 2008, 08:11 AM
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Guzman's always going to be one of my favorites...but I think he's getting KTFO against Ramirez..
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CyruS
post Dec 30 2008, 08:16 AM
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Guzman will have 6 months of ring rust going into this bout against a dangerous champion and more importantly, a deadly knockout artist.


Guzman might have alot to deal with in Ramirez.
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post Dec 31 2008, 07:21 PM
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Guzman stays away and does enough to get the win
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post Jan 1 2009, 05:38 AM
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Im also going with Guzman. He will be able to absorb the punishment.
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post Jan 1 2009, 07:19 AM
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I'm surprised that Guzman is the favorite but Blayde and Ghost are right...Guzman can take punishment...I created Guzman and I made him tough us fuck....Maybe I'll switch my pick. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
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Maxy
post Jan 1 2009, 12:05 PM
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I also have to lean towards Guzman. Ramirez has surprised me many times though so it won't be a shock if he crushes the legendary former champion.
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ghost13
post Jan 2 2009, 03:58 PM
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Ramirez winning wouldn't shock me. But him crushing Guzman would.
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post Jan 4 2009, 03:29 AM
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Wow..Ramirez crushed Guzman!
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CyruS
post Jan 4 2009, 03:56 AM
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Guzman drop his guard going into the later rounds and gets knocked out in the final round in a fight he was winning in a landslide (IMG:style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif)



Good fight regardless. Ramirez just got the biggest win of his career with a come from behind KO victory.
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