Casey Ramos - Top Rank Inc

Casey Ramos

Weightclass: Super Featherweight

  • 23wins

  • 0losses

  • 0draws

  • 6kos

Austin, TX
John Ramos (uncle)
Rick Ramos (father)

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Casey Ramos

At the age of 26, Casey is an eight-year pro – he made his debut at 17. A talented young prospect at 130 pounds, he was an acccomplished amateur.

He is also a student at St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas, where he is due to complete an undergraduate degree course in Economics this fall.

In his last fight on March 12 in Burbank, California, Casey won an eight-round technical decision against Jonathan Perez. The scheduled 10-rounder headlined at the Marriott Convention Center – it drew a capacity crowd and was a good action fight.

Dan Rafael wrote on [excerpts]: Ramos is a prospect Top Rank has been building slowly but surely and he shut out Perez in the main event of “Solo Boxeo Tecate” on UniMas.

Ramos utilized his jab well and threw a lot of combinations, but he had his biggest moment of the fight in the second round when he knocked Perez down with a left hook.

Ramos sustained a cut over his right eye in the fourth round as a result of an accidental head butt. The cut bled steadily throughout the rest of the bout, but Ramos cruised to the victory. [End Rafael item]

Manager-uncle John Ramos said, “Casey’s an awesome, humble kid with great character, and he has an entertaining style. He’s well-rounded in the ring, and he’s willing to fight anybody. I think he’s on the right path to become a world champion.”

Casey said, “I’m pretty versatile in the ring – I can do a lot – but I’d say I’m mostly a boxer-puncher. We’re not going to underestimate anybody – we’re going to go in there as if he’s the best in the world. I’m not too much of a bragger or a boaster.

“They gave me that nickname at my first state tournament when I was eight years old. My whole team, we all made it to state and everybody was losing. One of my coaches was like, ‘You know what, Casey? You’ve got to pull a hat-trick, work some magic, do something.’ I tried my best and I won the fight. I won the state title and ever since then, my coach has been calling me ‘The Wizard.’ ”

fight history

  • 2008

    on 10-18-08 in Harlingen, TX, he won by TKO (3rd round, 1:16) against Antonio Reyes (3-1)…

    On 7-4-08 in Hidalgo, TX, he won a 6 round unanimous decision against Saul Gutierrez (5-10-2): scored 59-55, 59-55, 60-54…

    On 5-23-08 in Austin, TX, he won by TKO (6th round) against Jaime Villa (5-4-1): Villa did not continue after the 5th round; the local commission records it as a TKO at 0:10 of the 6th round…

    On 3-28-08 in Harlingen he won by knockout (1st round, 0:36) against Edwin Espinoza (debut)…

    On 2-7-08 in Austin he won a 6 round unanimous decision against Adauto Gonzalez (8-2): scored 60-54 on all three scorecards…

  • 2009

    on 10-10-09 in Ft. Worth he won an 8 round unanimous decision against Joe Morales (19-12): the fight headlined at LaGrave Field, and it fast-paced and exciting; both gave strong efforts and had several rallies, but Casey generally outworked Morales and landed the sharper punches; Casey was penalized one point for dropping his mouthpiece two times in the 6th round, but won by scores of 77-74, 77-73, 78-73…

    On 6-19-09 in Frisco he won a 6 round unanimous decision against Justo Vallecillo (5-9): the fight was on the undercard at the Dr. Pepper Arena, and Casey dominated; he consistently outworked Vallecillo, landed the sharper punches, and won by scores of 60-54, 60-54, 59-55…

    On 2-6-09 in McAllen, TX, he won an 8 round unanimous decision against Guadalupe de Leon (7-5): scored 77-75, 77-75, 78-74…

  • 2010

    on 11-20-10 in Thackerville he won a 6 round unanimous decision against lefthanded Leon Bobo (18-6-1): the fight was on the undercard of the Raul Martinez-Rodrigo Guerrero main event; Casey scored a knockdown in the 1st round, and Bobo fought very cautiously after that; scored 60-53 on all three scorecards…

    On 4-29-10 in Ft. Worth, TX, he won an 8 round unanimous decision against Angel Rodriguez (4-3-2): the fight was co-featured with the Kirk Johnson-Douglas Robertson main event; Rodriguez gave a good effort and had a few rallies, but Casey dominated most of the fight; he scored a knockdown with a right hand in the 1st round, consistently outworked Rodriguez, and won by scores of 80-71 on all three scorecards…