Vasyl Lomachenko vs Jose Ramirez – Highlights (Lomachenko’s Debut & Body Shot KNOCKOUT)


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October 12th, 2013. Vasyl Lomachenko aka “Hi-Tech” in his pro debut takes on Jose Ramirez for the WBO International Featherweight title. Lomachenko came into the fight with an astounding amateur record of 396-1, while Ramirez had a record of 25-3 with a notable SD victory over Rey Bautista.

Born Vasyl Anatoliyovich Lomachenko in 1988, the remarkable talent from Ukraine is considered to be one of the most gifted fighters of this era as well as in the history of the sport. He possess remarkable hand speed combined with impeccable timing and precision as well as effective lateral movements. As an amateur, he was a 2 weight division champion winning a silver medal, 2 gold medals and racked up a stellar record of 396-1. Notable victories during his amateur career includes Mikhail Bernadski, Li Yang, Oscar Valdez, Fazliddin Gaibnazarov, Abner Cotto, Yakup Kılıç, Yasniel Toledo, Araik Ambartsumov, Felix Verdejo. His lone loss was to Russia’s Albert Selimov, which he avenged twice.

At 25 years of age, Lomachenko made his pro debut with his impressive knockout displaying great footwork, hand speed, combination punching, counter punching ability as well as defense. With a devastating 3 punch combination to the body, he knocked out Ramirez to win the WBO International Featherweight strap. Ramirez was never knocked out before.

After his highly successful pro debut. Lomachenko attempts to win a world title in only his 2nd ight against Orlando Salido for the vacant WBO Featherweight title but lost a close SD. However, in his next fight he would beat Gary Russell Jr to win the WBO crown; joining the likes of Saensak Muangsurin and Veeraphol Sahaprom to win a world title in only their 3rd professional bout.

After 2 title defenses against Gamalier Rodriguez and Romulo Koasicha, Hi-Tech moves up in weight to take on Roman Martinez for the WBO Super Featherweight title in June 2016. He finished Martinez with a beautiful combination and it is potentially one of the candidates for Knockout of the Year. At present, Lomachenko has a record of 6(4)-1 and holds the distinction of being a 2 weight division champion in only 7 fights! It is certainly a record that will endure.

On 26th November 2016, Lomachenko will take on “The Axe Man”; hard hitting Nicholas Walters as Hi-Tech makes the 1st defense of his WBO crown. Walters is also a 2 division champion and at present holding the WBA Super Featherweight title with a record of 26(21)-0-1.

Will Lomachenko’s incredible boxing abilities negate the power of Walters?

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