IN no other form of public entertainment can we close the curtain on a show without the slightest hint that it would end abruptly. And what makes it even more special is that no one seems to mind.
Such is the uniqueness of boxing, making it a sport like no other in that it takes only one highlight moment to produce a star. That star is Avenal’s Jose Ramirez, who successfully defended his WBC super-lightweight title while scooping up Maurice Hooker’s WBO belt by spectacular stoppage at 1-48 of the sixth round at College Park Center (Matchroom promoted).
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