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Jose Ramirez vs. Danny O’Connor title fight canceled because of challenger’s health issues
The WBC super lightweight championship fight between Jose Ramirez and Danny O’Connor was canceled Friday after O’Connor was sent to a California hospital for severe dehydration caused by his weight cut.
Sources told Sporting News that the remainder of the card will go on from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif. The co-main event, featuring Egis Kavaliauskas and Juan Carlos Abreu, will become the main event. The co-main event will now be Andy Vences vs. Frank DeAlba.
“We will schedule a new fight for Jose as soon as possible,” Top Rank promoter Bob Arum said in a press release. “We in boxing have an obligation to put the health and safety of the fighters first. Kavaliauskas versus Abreu and Vences versus De Alba are two very competitive fights.”
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The bout vs. O’Connor was supposed to be a homecoming for Ramirez (22-0, 16 KOs), who captured the title from Amir Imam by unanimous decision in March. Ramirez notched a second-round knockout over Mike Reed in November 2017 in the same arena as Saturday’s scheduled contest. That fight set an arena attendance record for a boxing match (13,838).
Naturally, Ramirez was disappointed he couldn’t get the chance to make his first title defense in his back yard.
“This is the first time I’ve been in this situation,” Ramirez said. “I’m very shocked. I weighed in because I wanted to show everyone that I did my part and cut the weight that I had to cut. I sacrificed 10 weeks away from home and got myself ready for this fight. I don’t even know what to say. I hope the fans still come out (Saturday) and support the show and support the movement, fighting for immigration.”
This is the first time in O’Connor’s career (30-3, 11 KOs) that he has had to pull out of a fight. The Massachusetts native earned his first title shot by winning four consecutive fights, including his most recent outing, a unanimous decision victory over Steve Claggett in March.