After all, Eduardo Ramirez will get a chance to face Luis Melendez.
Sources say Ramirez and Melendez agreed to an agreement for a Showtime PPV lightweight bout on May 28 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, but Melendez was removed from the fight when he was accused of sexual assault on December 5 in Los Angeles. There were no criminal charges brought against Melendez when the Henderson (Nevada) Police Department completed its investigation after Ramirez' Dec. 5 victory over Isaac Cruz.
According to the Dec. 29 incident report, a detective concluded that after reviewing the evidence, he was satisfied "Sexual assault charges are not warranted based on these accusations. During their time together, [the lady] asserted that when she demanded that Melendez stop performing certain actions, he did so."
In the coming months, Melendez will focus on preparing for his most significant challenge yet. Despite his impressive power, the 26-year-old isn't listed among ESPN's top 10 at 135 pounds. As a pound-for-pound boxer, Ramirez is ESPN's No. 10 ranked fighter.
On a regular basis, he fights in front of full houses in the United States, and this will be his fourth consecutive pay-per-view headliner.
Melendez, who fights out of Las Vegas, said at their October press conference that he had to "force this fight" because "I've seen for years that he's a chump." "This guy is an expert at beating 126-pound opponents.
"He has no idea what I've been through or witnessed. I've come to the ring to stomp on him. He's a jerk who thinks he's tough and arrogant, but I'm going to knock him out."
Melendez (14-0, 12 KOs) has just won TKOs against Avery Sparrow and Anthony Yigit in his last two fights. Although Yigit, a two-time world title challenger, was Ramirez' hardest opponent, he's not near as good as Ramirez.
Ramirez (26-0, 24 KOs) will seek to shake off a disappointing effort against Cruz. In the end, Ramirez prevailed by unanimous decision, despite being a big favorite against the Mexican.
Ramirez indicated in October that "Rolly" was only there to "speak." "When the stakes are so high, it's hard to think of a better strategy. I'm ready to go to war.
"He's talked about his power, but this is a fight. His abilities fall well short of mine. Everyone knows I'm bringing power, so he can't even talk about it."
Floyd Mayweather promotes both boxers. Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano for the undisputed junior middleweight title will take place on May 14; the David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux battle on May 21 will follow.
A $70 PPV in the United States costs $45 on BT Sport (UK) and free on Bild TV for lucky Germans. Watching a Ramirez vs Melendez live stream is easy if you know how to do it from your location.
A free live stream of Ramirez versus Melendez
The good news for German boxing fans is that they may watch the fight on Bild.TV for free. To watch Luis Melendez vs. Eduardo Ramirez for free on Bild TV, German people who go overseas can utilize a virtual private network (VPN). A 30-day money-back guarantee and live chat assistance are two of the reasons we suggest ExpressVPN.
Viaplay subscribers in the Netherlands may watch the fight for just €13.99 a month. Make careful you use a virtual private network (VPN) while traveling abroad.
Ramirez fights in the past have been streamed for free on TV Azteca (in Mexico), REN-TV (in Russia), PPTV (in China), and DMAX (in Turkey).
The fight between Ramirez and Melendez can be seen for $25 on BT Sport Box Office in the United Kingdom. There is a $70 fee for Fox Sports/ESPN+ PPV in the United States.
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The rights holders for Ramirez vs Melendez will not allow you to utilize your subscriptions if you are outside of the nation where you purchased them. Your IP address will let the service know where you are, and it will immediately deny you access.
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There are 10 European countries where Viaplay holds the rights to show Ramirez vs Melendez. As if that wasn't enough, Viaplay subscribers in the Netherlands will be able to watch the battle for free.
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