Thursday evenings are for boxing up in Montreal, Quebec. On June 2, Cleveland native Charles Conwell traveled up north to face off against journeyman Abraham Juarez Ramirez. As expected, Conwell thoroughly dominated Ramirez en route to a third-round stoppage. Walking out of the ring with his 17th consecutive victory and 13th stoppage, Conwell had his eyes set on the top fighters of his division.
“We got in and got out. I went out there, got warmed up, did my thing and got him up out of there,” Charles Conwell told Boxing Scene.
“I want to face the world champions or former world champions. We’re contenders now and I am ready for bigger and better things.”
Conwell is in a division loaded with prime prospects and veteran fighters. Recently, Jermell Charlo stopped Brian Castaño to win the division’s undisputed title. Elsewhere, Sebastian Fundora stopped former title challenger to earn his 19th win. Not to mention, Tim Tszyu continues to maintain his unblemished record. Also, Liam Smith, Tony Harrison and Michael Soro remain on the hunt for a title shot. Simply put, there are a number of fighters available if Conwell is able to make the next step in his journey.
Charles Conwell (17-0, 13 KO's) scores two knockdowns in the second and another in the 3rd forcing the TKO-3 stoppage victory over Abraham Juarez Ramirez (19-10) in their light middleweight bout in Montreal. Conwell's pressure and constant punching was too much for Ramirez pic.twitter.com/w1l7TZvPPN
— Tim Boxeo (@TimBoxeo) June 3, 2022