To refer to former junior welterweight titleholder Viktor Postol as hungry entering Saturday’s title bout in Las Vegas against unified 140-pound champion Jose Ramirez would be nothing short of an understatement. 

At 36, Postol (31-2, 12 KOs) has referred to his mandatory shot at Ramirez’s titles as his “last chance” to be a champion, knowing that the prize is very likely a showdown against Scotland’s Josh Taylor — one of just two fighters to defeat Postol — in a unification bout to crown an undisputed four-belt champion. 

But even more from a literal sense, Postol is hungry. The road to this fight has been something neither fighter (nor their respective big-name trainers) have ever seen before thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, which twice caused the bout to be canceled on multiple continents over the past…

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