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Boxing Odds: Finding Value in Ramirez vs ‘Feroz’ Goulamirian

On Saturday, March 30, at the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California, Arsen “Feroz” Goulamirian will challenge Gilberto “Zurdo de Oro” Ramirez in a 12-round cruiserweight bout for the WBA (Super) World title.

Ramirez and Goulamirian are set to trade leather, and if you’re betting on boxing this weekend, I’m here to cover the best bets for the highly contested WBA title bout.

Boxing Odds: Finding Value in Ramirez vs 'Feroz' Goulamirian
Boxing Odds: Finding Value in Ramirez vs 'Feroz' Goulamirian

 

Goulamirian vs Ramirez Event Information

  • Date & Time: Saturday, March. 30, 2024 – 09:00 p.m. ET
  • Location: YouTube Theater, Los Angeles, CA
  • Promotion: Golden Boy Promotions
  • Scheduled Bouts: 9
  • Goulamirian vs Ramirez Live Stream: Box Live
  • Main Event Bout: Goulamirian vs Ramirez
  • Co-Main Event Bout: Rocha vs Lawson

 

Goulamirian vs Ramirez Betting Odds

 

Goulamirian vs Ramirez: Fighter Previews

Arsen “Feroz” Goulamirian

Arsen “Feroz” Goulamirian, a French boxer with an undefeated professional record of 27-0, including 19 knockout wins, has not yet encountered an opponent of Ramirez’s caliber. However, he has consistently shown his ability to rise to any challenge.

What stands out the most while seeing Goulamirian’s fights is the formidable force of his right hand and his determination to confront his opponents head-on and engage in fierce exchanges.

 

 

Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez

Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, a Mexican boxer with a professional record of 45-1, including 30 knockout wins, has gained recognition for his consistent activity and for facing top-ranked opponents throughout his career.

Although online betting fans didn’t see him emerge victorious in the championship bout against Dmitry Bivol in 2022, there is no dishonor in being defeated by such an overwhelmingly strong champion, and arguably, the best in the world at this weight class. The Southpaw Mexican did, however, demonstrate in the Bivol contest why he entered Saturday with a significant likelihood of winning the WBA world cruiserweight championship.

 

Goulamirian vs Ramirez: The Tale of the Tape

Goulamirian
Ramirez
France
Country
Mexico
36
Age
32
27-0-0
Pro Record
45-1-0
18
KOs
30
6’1”
Height
6’2”
-
Reach
75.0”
W/W/W/W/W
Win/Loss (Last 5)
W/L/W/W/W
WBA (Super) Cruiserweight
Championship Titles
-
Orthodox
Stance
Southpaw
497 days
Inactivity
175 days
12 years
Pro
14 years

 

Goulamirian vs Ramirez: Main Event Breakdown & Analysis

Ramirez has exceptional skill in using his long reach. Given that he will have a size advantage over Goulamirian, he is anticipated toconsistently use jabs directed at the champion’s mug. However, it would be prudent for him to actively avoid Goulamirian’s formidable strength and refrain from becoming entangled in the anticipated aggressive confrontation that the champion ofteninitiates.

It will be intriguing to see which of the two, Goulamirian or Ramirez, has the superior power advantage. However, one aspect of this bout is guaranteed: “Feroz” will move forward and initiate brawling situations.

Whether the French fighter will achieve victory is uncertain, but there isn’t much separating these two, and that will lead to an exhilarating championship bout.

 

The Best Betting Pick: Ramirez Moneyline (-240)

Stylistically, Goulamirian isn’t a complicated boxer. He won’t unload until he’s in range; he’ll utilize the jab, to begin with, before unloading on his opponents once they’re either against the ropes or failing to return fire. Pressure fighting is his game, and he does an excellent job of maintaining his cardio by refusing to waste punches.

Goulamirian is a physical specimen and is strong as hell, but even still, Zurdo will be the bigger man; the Mexican is huge. Moreover, he’s more than capable of matching the Frenchman’s noteworthy gas tank, and with the size advantage, this aspect could be crucial for him this weekend.

I’m putting faith at the sportsbook in the more experienced fighter, who exceeds the physicality of a fighter in Goulamirian who is also fighting for the first time outside of Europe. I expect a war where neither fighter will take a backfoot, but ultimately, Zurdo will land more and give the judges more reason to side with him on the scorecards.

 

  • Goulamirian is undefeated as a professional boxer
  • Ramirez’s lone pro career loss was against Dmitry Bivol
  • In 46 professional bouts, Ramirez has never been knocked out

 

WBA Super Cruiserweight Title Bout: The Crystal Ball Picks

In this WBA championship bout, a quick rub of my crystal ball reveals that we’re looking at an absolute war this weekend, resulting in Zurdo winning a tightly fought split decision based on a higher output of punches and cashing our boxing bets online.

 

Potential Bets from a Ramirez Win By Decision:

  • Ramirez Moneyline [-240]
  • Over 10 ½ Rounds [-275]
  • Ramirez To Win By Decision [+105]
  • FightTo Go The Distance – YES[-250]

 

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