Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez undercard: Complete list of fights before main event in 2024 boxing match

Arsen Goulamirian defends the WBA cruiserweight title against former world champion Gilberto Ramirez on March 30. The fight in California airs on DAZN worldwide.

Goulamirian (27-0) beat Ryad Merhy in 2018 via TKO to win the WBA cruiserweight title. The French fighter has defended the belt four times, his last fight against Aleksei Egorov was in November 2022.

Ramirez (45-1) beat Maksym Bursak for the WBO super middleweight title in 2017. “Zurdo” attempted to win light heavyweight gold in 2022 but lost against Dmitry Bivol in a one-sided affair. He last fought in October, going the distance against and beating Joe Smith Jr. 

“It means everything,” Ramirez told The Ring. “I fight for legacy. I feel a deep sense of determination, knowing that I’ve put in the work and that I have the skills to compete at this level. There’s a fire inside me, a burning desire to prove myself against the best in the world and to show everyone what I’m capable of.”

WATCH: Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez, live on DAZN

A contender in the making looks to rebound, while several young guns aim to impress on the Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez undercard. Here’s a breakdown of the entire Goulamirian vs. “Zurdo” bill.

Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez undercard

Alexis Rocha vs. Fredrick Lawson

  • Division/Weight: Welterweight
  • Rocha record: 23-2
  • Lawson record: 30-4
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

The co-main event will be Alexis Rocha vs. Fredrick Lawson.

Rocha (23-2) turned pro in 2016. The 26-year-old won seven straight before losing his last fight in October against Giovani Santillan. He looks for a rebound win in a fight he calls the start of his “revenge tour.”

Lawson (30-4) turned pro in 2011. “General Okunka” is 3-3 in his last six fights. His most recent contest was a TKO loss in January against Vergil Ortiz Jr, ending a two-fight win streak. 


Santiago Dominguez vs. Jose Sanchez

  • Division/Weight: Welterweight
  • Dominguez record: 26-0
  • Sanchez record: 14-3-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Santiago Dominguez faces Jose Sanchez.

Dominguez (26-0) turned pro in 2014. The Mexican fighter has won all but six fights via knockout. “Somer” last fought in November following more than a year out of the ring, beating Nolberto Casco.

Sanchez (14-3-1) turned pro in 2012. He is 3-2-1 in his last six fights and is on a three-fight win streak. “Guerro” last fought in October, beating Eric Tudor via decision. 

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Kareem Hackett vs. Rowdy Legend Montgomery

  • Division/Weight: Light Heavyweight
  • Hackett record: 12-0
  • Montgomery record: 10-5-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Further down the card is Kareem Hackett vs. Rowdy Legend Montgomery.

Hackett (12-0) turned pro in 2013. The Canadian last fought in September, beating Clay Waterman via decision. 

Montgomery (10-5-1) turned pro in 2014. The 37-year-old had a three-fight win streak snapped in July against Steven Nelson. 


Jonathan Canas vs. Romel Tsanimp

  • Division/Weight: Lightweight
  • Canas record: 3-0
  • Tsanimp record
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Jonathan Canas faces Romel Tsanimp.

Canas (3-0) turned pro in 2023 and has two wins via knockout. His last contest was a TKO win in January against Kameeko Hall. 

Tsanimp (3-2) turned pro in 2022. The 29-year-old ended a two-fight losing streak in March against Saleh Ali. 


Deni Davtian vs. Dajuan Robinson

  • Division/Weight: Welterweight
  • Davtian record: 0-1
  • Robinson record: 1-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Deni Davtian returns to action against Dajuan Robinson.

Davtian (0-1) turned pro in 2021, losing against Jere Niemelainen. The Ukrainian returns to action after not competing since his debut. 

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Robinson (1-1) turned pro in 2022. His last fight was a TKO win in April 2023 against Brodyx Gilman.


Joel Iriarte vs. Kevin Beltran Aguirre

  • Division/Weight: Welterweight
  • Iriarte record: 1-0
  • Aguirre record:
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Finally, Joel Iriarte faces Kevin Beltran Aguirre.

Iriarte (1-0) turned pro in March, beating Bryan Carguacundo via knockout. 

Aguirre (5-2) turned pro in 2018. He is on a two-fight losing streak, his last contest being a knockout loss in January against Trevor Thonson. 


When is Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez

Goulamirian vs. Ramirez is on March 30. The main card starts at 8 p.m. ET. Goulamirian and Ramirez should make their way to the ring around 11:30 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.

Region Date Main Card Start Time Main Event Ring Walks (approx.)
USA and Canada (ET) Saturday, March 30 8 p.m. ET 11:30 p.m. ET
USA and Canada (PT) Saturday, March 30 5 p.m. PT 8:30 p.m. PT
UK and Ireland Sunday, March 31 12 a.m. GMT 3:30 a.m. GMT
Australia Sunday, March 31 11 a.m. AEDT 2:30 p.m. AEDT

WATCH: Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez, live on DAZN

How to watch Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez

Region TV channel Live streaming
USA   DAZN
Canada   DAZN
UK and Ireland DAZN 1 HD DAZN
Australia   DAZN

The Arsen Goulamirian vs. Gilberto Ramirez fight card will be available via DAZN.

Now available as a Sky channel, DAZN 1 HD is exclusive to Sky in the UK.

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