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Jose Ramirez vs Amir Imam
At New York / 12RDS
Date : Saturday, March 17 at 8:00p.m.ET
Record: 21-0 (16 KO) … Streak: W21 … Last 5: 5-0 … Last 10: 10-0 … Stance: Orthodox … Height/Reach: 5’10” / 72½” … Age: 25
Thoughts: A 2012 U.S. Olympian, one of the many who failed to win a single medal on the men’s squad that year, but has turned out to be at worst a solid professional fighter. Jose Ramirez signed with Top Rank and has been paced nicely in his career, and now at age 25, is ready for his first world title fight.
So far, Ramirez has been pretty much a wrecking ball, blitzing through his opposition and carving them up with relative ease. He did get dropped back in 2015 by Johnny Garcia, but he came back to win that fight. And he did go a full 10 with Manuel Perez, who was double tough and took a vicious beating, back in 2016.
Since beating Perez, Ramirez has stopped everyone he’s faced. He put away Tomas Mendez in four, Issouf Kinda in six, Jake Giuriceo in two, and most impressively, fellow unbeaten Top Rank prospect Mike Reed last November. He knocked Reed out in two rounds, which got him this slot against Amir Imam.
Ramirez has the tools, no question. But we’ve yet to really see how he responds to adversity. Maybe he’s so good that we still won’t know after Saturday night, but Imam has the ability to test Ramirez, and it would be a huge mistake for Ramirez to get cocky and start thinking he’s going to knock everyone out in short order.
Record: 21-1 (18 KO) … Streak: W3 … Last 5: 4-1 … Last 10: 9-1 … Stance: Orthodox … Height/Reach: 5’10½” / 74” … Age: 27
Thoughts: Amir Imam was once Don King’s Last Stand, more or less, a legitimate prospect who wound up with King’s dwindling stable of fighters, most of whom he couldn’t get a fight anymore, when he had the talent to have signed with a true power promoter like Top Rank or Golden Boy. That had become an increasingly rare thing. It’s now a thing that basically doesn’t exist.
On paper, Imam had the goods — speed, skill, power, a pretty big frame for 140, and a personality. He beat Jared Robinson in a matchup of unbeatens back in 2014, then followed that up with victories over Yordenis Ugas (who has been on a tear ever since), Santos Benavides, Fidel Maldonado Jr, Walter Castillo, and Fernando Angulo. Basically, Imam was doing what he was supposed to be doing. He was fighting prospect checkers, passing the tests, and emerging as a young contender.
Then he met Adrian Granados in November 2015, and the wheels came off. Granados, unlike others Imam had fought, wouldn’t go away, and seemingly nothing Imam threw at Granados could convince the rough Chicago battler to back down. That night in Quebec City, live on Showtime, Amir Imam’s drive through the ranks hit a roadblock. Adrian Granados stopped him in the eighth round, having thoroughly taken over the fight.
I remember worrying at the time that Imam, just past his 25th birthday, would all but disappear. He didn’t have the right promoter to make a quick bounce-back a guarantee. If King lost interest or got in the way, Amir Imam’s career could have been on milk cartons.
Luckily, Imam got back into the ring about seven months later, and has won three straight since the defeat, most recently going to Fresno to fight on Ramirez’s undercard, beating Johnny Garcia via stoppage after the fourth round.