WATCH: Boxer has locker room dance before claiming sensational knockout win

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Cuban boxing icon Robeisy Ramirez recorded a stunning knockout victory on Saturday at the Hulu Theater in New York’s Madison Square Garden.

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Before the fight, the two-time Olympic gold medalist appeared dancing in his dressing room. The video was filmed and went viral after the fight.

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ESPN Ringside reported it on Twitter. The video showed the 28-year-old rising prospect showing off his dancing skills with his team. With him, his trainer and a guy in a black t-shirt followed his dance moves. However, it was interesting, but it didn’t last long. After vibrating to the sound of music for a few seconds, Ramirez embarked on a warm-up session.

He tested a few of his mesh punches with his trainer and relaxed his body.

Highlights of the victory claimed by Robeisy Ramirez

The fight card for the highly anticipated contest between Russian knockout machine Artur Beterbiev and Joe Smith Jr for WBC, IBF and WBO title unification featured another blockbuster showdown between Ramirez and the undefeated Abraham Nova. The duo collided to prove themselves more fit for a title shot.

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With the bell ringing in round one, the pair expressed their intention that it would be an action-packed slugfest. Ramirez, who was bursting with energy after suffering a loss on his professional debut, dominated the fight most of the time. His hand speed and power outclassed 21-0 Nova, who was most likely to produce the toughest fight for Ramirez.

The Cuban fighter started creating problems for Nova in the third round. As he landed a few hooks on the latter which hurt him badly and it didn’t take long to materialize. In round five, Ramirez finally grabbed his opponent in the corner with a strong, underhanded left cross.

After the fight, Ramirez said, “It’s the result of my evolution, of the hard work I’ve done with my team. It’s the process, I trust the process. It was all about strategy. » Moreover, he thanked his team for helping him.

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