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How to watch the Gilberto Ramirez vs. Alfonso Lopez livestream online

Tonight, undefeated former WBO super middleweight champion Gilberto Ramirez will be going fist-to-fist with Alfonso Lopez III for the NABF Light Heavyweight Championship in Galveston, Texas. The “Battle of Rio Grande” will air exclusively via FITE.TV with the main event starting at 8 p.m. ET, so if you’re looking to watch the Ramirez vs. Lopez livestream online this evening, then there’s still time to sign up and grab the pay-per-view package. Read on to learn more about this light heavyweight title bout and how you can watch it with FITE.TV.

FITE.TV is one of the premier online streaming outlets for all sorts of combat sports, from boxing and MMA to professional wrestling. It’s home to a variety of fighting promotions that you won’t find on more mainstream services like ESPN+ and it also hosts a ton of exclusive pay-per-view events, including tonight’s Gilberto Ramirez vs. Alfonso Lopez light heavyweight title bout. FITE.TV content can be enjoyed on pretty much any modern web browser, mobile device, or smart TV, as well as PlayStation and Xbox gaming consoles, and you can check out the complete list of compatible streaming platforms here.

The main event tonight is a contest for the NABF Light Heavyweight Championship, with Alfonso “El Tigre” Lopez III defending the belt against challenger Gilberto “Zurdo de Oro” Ramirez. Ramirez, a southpaw, is the former WBO Super Middleweight Champion and remains undefeated with a record of 40 wins. He vacated the WBO belt after moving up to light heavyweight last year; this will be Zurdo’s second fight at this weight class.

Ramirez will face a serious opponent in Lopez. El Tigre boasts a record of 32 wins (25 by KO) and only three losses and currently holds four light heavyweight titles. Although the 38-year-old boxing champion is getting on in years, Lopez has not lost a fight since 2012 and will be doing his ring walk tonight following a string of 10 victories. With more experience at light heavyweight and a higher percentage of wins by knockout, Lopez could be poised to deal Ramirez his first defeat — but it will be an uphill battle with the 29-year-old southpaw being the favorite to win.

The Gilberto Ramirez vs. Alfonso Lopez title bout event starts tonight at 8 p.m. ET. This is a pay-per-view showing that will air exclusively on FITE.TV, so now’s the time to sign up for FITE.TV and grab the PPV package for $25.

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