Susie Q Ramadan didn’t start boxing until she was 26. In her fourth fight she won the Australian super-bantamweight title. Over the next fourteen years she has collected five world boxing titles including the WBF super-bantamweight title, WBF bantamweight title, IBF bantamweight title, the WBC bantamweight title and in her last fight before Covid struck in February 2020, the IBA super-flyweight title. She boasts a current record of 31 fights for 28 wins (12 by KO) and 3 losses. Her next fight is later this year.
A winner and 3 placings from last week’s four tips so a 25% win rate and a 100% place rate. The Professor and the Gelding are looking to improve on that stat today at Morphettville where the track is rated a Soft 5 and the rail is out 3 metres for the entire circuit.
Don’t forget to back the tips each way!
Race 3 Horse 2 – Kings Consort (for the ladies at the Tennis club)
Race 5 Horse 1 – Calypso Reign (also for the ladies at the Tennis club)
Race 7 Horse 1 – Illation
Race 8 Horse 1 – Allegron
Race 7 Horse 1 – Illation into Port Adelaide to beat North Melbourne (AFL) into North Queensland Cowboys to beat Wests Tigers (NRL).
The Professor and the panel of the Judge, the Gelding and Paul Dalligan will be talking sport tomorrow on the Sportzfan Radio YouTube channel from 12.00pm AEST. Special guests, 3 time boxing World Champion, Susie Q Ramadan and AFLW commentator, Leesa Catto.
Good luck and good punting!
The Professor and DC Coutta interview Australia’s World Bantamweight Boxing Champion Susie Q Ramadan susie q undefeated after 21 fights with 8 by TKO, she currently has 5 title belts and is the IBF champion.
She talks to the boys about the difficulty getting female sparring partners and her training regime leading into a title fight.
6 March 2011 192.2 – Mark Fiorenti talks with the Panel about the poor crowd attending the A League preliminary final. The Professor asks if marquee matches should be played in population centres to draw a crowd and says it is incumbant on the organising body to look at this. Mark then looks at the Asian Champions League matches involving Melbourne Victory and Sydney. He asks the Professor how frustrating it must be to be an Arsenal supporter. The Panel then talk with Australia’s first professional women’s world boxing champion Susie Ramadan. She recently won the world IBF bantamweight title. Susie says she is a “Girly, Girl” but wanted something mentally challenging that got her fit so took up boxing. She fought 79 amateur fights and 20 times as a pro winning all of them and eight by KO. With women’s boxing starting to gain acceptance, she believes it won’t be long before we see a TV show like the Contender about women boxers. The Panel come back and examine the Ricky Nixon saga and ask why he hasn’t been suspended pending the outcome of the AFLPA investigation. This leads to a greater examination of the role of the player agent. There is also a discussion of Bernie Ecclestone’s suggestion to use artificial rain to liven up Grand Prix racing. All agree the sport is in trouble if it needs to resort to tricks. John suggests that the doctrine of ‘volenti non fit injuria‘ applies…we liked that! There is a further discussion of the AFL, AFLPA and player agents. Sean Callanan, batting clean up again, talks about the Mountain West Conference rating their twitter followers with a new program called Sports Digital Passion. It ranks the ‘fandom’ of the MWC twitterers. It is not true that Charlie Sheen is a member of the MWC. Sean also talks about ‘Social Media Executioners’. He has also made a bit of progress on getting Aaron Rodgers on Sportzfan Radio talking with some Packers officials, clearly a work in progress.