MEXICAN southpaw Gilberto Ramirez, 37-0 (25), has made three successful defences of his WBO supermiddleweight title since impressively dethroning respected veteran Arthur Abraham via unanimous decision in April 2016. Unfortunately, only one of these wins have come against a worthy adversary – the touted Jesse Hart, whom he unanimously outscored nine months ago. This Saturday (June 30), on a Top Rank show at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, the 27-yearold champion puts his belt on the line against another undeserving challenger in the shape of Bogota, Colombia’s Roamer Alexis Angulo, 34 (Boxnation televise in the UK, while ESPN screen in the US). The welltravelled WBO No. 10 may have an imposinglooking 23-0 (20) record, but his level of opposition has been largely poor. Expect Mazatlan’s tall and talented Ramirez to control proceedings with his strong jab and effective one-twos, before ending matters inside the distance.