Gilberto ‘Zurdo de Oro’ (Golden Southpaw) with Ramirez Bitcoin.com In his corner, he faces fellow undefeated Dmitry Bivol for the World Boxing Association (WBA) light heavyweight title. Ramirez vs Bivol, hailed as the biggest fight of the year, will be the main event on his DAZN card, which will be broadcast live from his arena at Etihad in Abu Dhabi on November 5th.
31-year-old former WBO super-middleweight champion Gilberto Ramirez has made five title defenses at 168 pounds in an impressive 43-loss career, knocking out his last five opponents.
Gilberto will face current world champion Dmitry Bivol, also 31. The Kyrgyzstan-born Russian, with a 19-0 record, is gaining momentum in what was seen as an upset after successfully defending his title against Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in May.
Gilberto ignores this prediction, with bookmakers making Vivol a big favorite and Ramirez winning just 21% of the time. “The odds mean nothing. I have been preparing for this fight for years and I know what I am capable of. I sent a contract last year.But this time there is nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.On November 5th, I will be the new light heavyweight champion.”
Since then, Gilberto has delved further into the cryptocurrency rabbit hole. “Bitcoin gives everyday people control over their money,” he said. “with Bitcoin.com Wallet, I can send and receive crypto globally in seconds with virtually zero fees. It’s financial freedom and I love it. “
In Gilberto’s home country of Mexico, where a record $51.6 billion in remittances was transferred in 2021 (and accounts for 4% of the country’s GDP), cryptocurrencies have great potential to reduce associated fees. . According to June 2022 report Remittance fees from the World Bank currently average 6% of the amount sent.
Bitcoin.com CEO Dennis Jarvis commented: We also take seriously the opportunity to provide passionate Gilberto supporters with the tools and information that we believe can empower them to profit from the opportunities offered by decentralized finance. “
If Ramírez picks up a win on Saturday, he will be in contention for what could be a Cinco de Mayo classic against Mexico’s Saul Alvarez.
Bitcoin.comThe team wishes Gilberto success with a knockout pass to continue his already astonishing career as a professional boxer in his prime.
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