The Scottish southpaw is at the peak of his powers and is preparing to take on WBO mandatory challenger Jack Catterall.
Both men are undefeated but it is Taylor who is the overwhelming favourite and judged on both resumes, you can see why.
The record of Taylor's last five opponents tallies up to 136-1, including wins over former world champions Regis Prograis, Viktor Postol and Ramirez.
For Catterall, he has the same record as Ramirez did going into his unification against Taylor - 26-0. His standout wins are against Ohara Davies, Tyrone McKenna and Tyrone Nurse. This will be his first world title fight.
Catterall's last fight was in November 2020, when he defeated Abderrazak Houya.
When is it?
The British bout is taking place at the Hydro Arena in Glasgow on Saturday, February 26.
Taylor and Catterall are expected to be in the ring for around 10pm GMT.
How can I watch it?
The show is live and exclusive to Sky Sports and will on Sky Sports Action (7pm GMT) and Sky Sports Main Event (8pm GMT).
Taylor vs Catterall is not a pay-per-view fight. In America, fans can tune in via ESPN+.
What is on the line?
Taylor will put his WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO super lightweight titles on the line.
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