Magsayo and Ramirez fight for the WBA Intercontinental title 

Magsayo and Ramirez fight for the WBA Intercontinental title 

Filipino fighter Mark Magsayo is set to go head-to-head with Mexican boxer Eduardo Ramirez this weekend at the MGM Grand Arena for the WBA Intercontinental bantamweight title. The highly-anticipated event will also showcase Gervonta Davis and Frank Martin in the main fight for the WBA lightweight world championship in Las Vegas.

Magsayo, once a contender for the featherweight world title, has stepped up to a higher weight class in pursuit of greatness. The 28-year-old understands the significance of this regional title opportunity on a prestigious fight card and is determined to emerge victorious.

On the other hand, Ramirez, at 31 years old, is a seasoned fighter with experience competing for world titles against tough opponents like Isaac Cruz, Lee Selby, and Leduan Bathelemy. As a southpaw, the Mexican is confident that a win in this bout will open up more opportunities for him in the future.

Both fighters have touched down in Las Vegas and are geared up for the promotional activities leading up to the match. They will hit the scales on Friday to ensure they meet the 130-pound weight limit before stepping into the ring for what promises to be an intense showdown.

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