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Abner Mares vs Jose Ramirez Fight Replay HBO Coverage

Abner Mares fought Jose Ramirez on December 13, 2014 at MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada for a Feather weight showdown.

Abner Mares started the fight very aggressive landing combinations that resulted a Knock down in the first round, but Ramirez keeps coming forward and trading his own punches, Ramirez took a lot of punches but still fighting back every time he got hit with solid shots from Mares, With Mares good punching Ramirez went down again in round three, nearly once more in round four, and again in round five.

Jose Ramirez who previously won a fight with Rey Bautista of Philippines, but lost by TKO in his next fight against Vasyl Anatoliyovich Lomachenko of Ukraine, was no match to Mares, Ramirez corner have seen enough and they stopped the fight in round five.

Abner Mares who got knockout in his fight with Johnny Gonzales slowly getting his confidence back, as he won is last two fights a Unanious Decision win against Jonathan Oquendo and a TKO win against Ramirez.

Is Abner Mares ready to take on Johnny Gonzales once again and avenge his only loss?
If the fight happens can Mares dominate Gonzales this time or will he got Knock Out once again?
Lets see in the coming months if this fight will going to materialize.

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