Miami, FL- Top prospect and undefeated Mexican Ramiro Jimenez (5-0) returns after an injury and will meet the experienced Devante Sewell (9-7) in this week’s main event for CG 2022 July 1 and in a women’s bout, South Korea’s Bo Hyun Park (4-1) will make her debut in la jaula against Ana “Guerrera” Palacios (6-1-1), who is enjoying a four fight win streak.

Let’s look at what is ahead for mixed martial arts fans.

Jimenez vs Sewell

In his professional career, Jimenez has only entered the third round once when he earned a unanimous decision in August of 2019. The rest of his fights have come to an end in the first round by technical knockout and submission victories.

This will be Jimenez’s third appearance in Combate Global. His last outing was in May 2021 when he defeated Michael Rodriguez by TKO. But it was that fight where he injured his hand. He is a lot healthy now and says he is hungrier than ever.

He used to train in Mexico, but not calls the Goat Shed Academy his home to hone his skills in Miami, FL.

As for Sewell, he is coming of back-to-back split decision defeats. He represents the Ground N Pound Elite Fitness Center. He earned a title from a Georgia promotion and is the owner of a brown belt in jiu jitsu. Most of his victories come by way of submission.

Sewell will be a strong test to Jimenez who tends to prefer to strike. He is verse in his ground game back, but Sewell brings enough experience that can be trouble for the Mexican. Anticipate Jimenez to diverge any takedown attempts and attempt to keep the fight standing, while Sewell will more than likely exchange and find a way to change levels.

Palacios vs Park

Palacios, who trains with the Bonebreakers team in Mexico, returns to action after four wins in a row inside la jaula. Her lone loss is to Yajaira Romo by way of decision back in March 2019. Last year, she defeated Yajaira Cunningham by way of decision in May and she submitted Gloria Bravo in July.

The fight against Palacios, was the reason Park returned to mixed martial arts after retiring from the sport to take care of her family. However, Park has not lost the hunger for competition. Park, who competed last year, is a champion in South Korea. She trains with West Gym in South Korea with top Korean fighters.

This fight will deliver fireworks. As the first female Asian to compete in la jaula, Park is aggressive and packs a heavy overhand right. She is quick on her fight and has great jiu jitsu. Both these women will more than likely keep the fight standing trading kicks and punches which is an ingredient for Mucho Mas Accion.