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PXC 56 preview: Meno vs. Ramirez, Part 2

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Frank Meno and Jose Ramirez will meet up for the 2nd time in the PXC cage come fight night Saturday. Meno was victorious in the first meeting via split decision. "The Bulldozer" has 2 wins in the PXC, his last fight against Pejo Camacho was in stunning fashion. A first round knockout win.

Jose Ramirez went the distance in his last fight against former training partner Pejo Camacho. The fight took place in Preb Hao going in favor of Ramirez via unanimous decision. Jose used his wrestling to secure takedowns throughout the fight doing enough for the win.

Ramirez predicted his win against Camacho calling out Meno for a rematch. The two fighters are up and coming in the division looking to move up in the rankings with a win at PXC 56.

Frank Meno is a strong wrestler willing to exchange in the center of the cage. Ramirez takes pride in his boxing and prefers to keep his fights standing. Fans can look forward to an exciting match up at PXC 56 this Saturday at the UOG Calvo Field House.

PXC 56 tickets available at all Foody's locations, Andersen ITT, MWR and online at tpiguam.com

Doors open at 5:30, fights start at 7:30 on Fight Night Saturday.

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