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“Ramirez is a very good unbeaten fighter and he comes from a good stable,” Selby started by saying.

Touching on his adversary’s team Selby was very complimentary; “He’s trained by Fernando Montiel’s brother, Fernando was a former challenger of mine and his brother is a very experienced coach.”

— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) November 14, 2017

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