Gilberto Ramirez Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Gilberto Ramirez
Boxer Gilberto Ramirez

Gilberto Ramirez net worth is more than $6 million. He is a very famous Mexican professional Boxer. He is still undefeated and won 44 fights of his professional career and earned thousands of dollars from them and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates his worth over $6 million.

Gilberto Ramirez Biography

Gilberto Ramirez is a Mexican professional boxer with net worth of more than $6 million who held the WBO super middleweight title from 2016 to 2019, and is the first boxer from Mexico to win a major world title in that weight class.

He was brought into this world on 19 June 1991 in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico. He has more than 215k followers on Instagram – zurdoramirez.

He made his debut on 21 Aug 2009 against Jeseth Magallanes and till now won over 44 fights in his professional career and still undefeated.

Personal Details

Real NameGilberto Ramírez Sánchez
Age31 years
Date of Birth19 June 1991
BirthplaceMazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico
Gilberto Ramirez


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Physical Statistics

Height6’2 Feet
189 cm
Weight175 Pounds
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Career

Gilberto Ramirez fought the unbeaten Rogelio Medina on December 17, 2010, to claim the vacant WBC Youth middleweight championship. The fight took place in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico at the Gimnasio German Evers. Ramrez was promoted to super-middleweight in 2011. Ramrez defeated 32-year-old Antonio Arras in his opening contest of the year via technical knockout (TKO) in round eight.

Gilberto Ramirez

Ramírez won every round on all three judges’ scorecards. Ramírez was the quicker boxer and used his reach advantage to box on the outside. Although there was exchanges throughout the fight, Ramírez was getting the better of them, landing the harder shots. The reach and size advantage Ramrez had over Edwards prevented him from moving in close and working on the inside, despite the advice of Edwards’ trainer Jeff Mayweather.

Edwards appeared injured, and the referee almost stopped the fight before round eight was done, but he recovered and finished the round. After being listed among the top three by the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO, Ramrez moved closer to a future world title battle with the victory. Ramrez would make an appearance on the undercard of the 20 November episode of Top Rank’s Metro PCS Friday Night Knockout series on TruTV, which was confirmed on September 12th.

The 35-year-old Mouton, who had 20 prior professional fights under his belt without being stopped, was eliminated in the first round. Ramirez competed at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino two months later against Giovanni Lorenzo, 33, who was his most respectable opponent to that point (33–6, 25 KOs). In the first round and twice in the fifth, Lorenzo was knocked to the ground. Ramirez won the fight via TKO, taking home the vacant WBO NABO super middleweight championship as well as the vacant NABF super middleweight championship.

Boxing Career

He made his debut on 21 Aug 2009 against Jeseth Magallanes and till now won over 44 fights in his professional career and still undefeated.

Ramírez Vs. López – In Galveston, Texas, Ramrez defeated Alfonso Lopez by knockout in the tenth round to win the NABF championship. Ramirez felled Lopez in the second round in his first fight in 20 months and went on to dominate by staying at close range.

Ramírez Vs. Karpency – On April 12, 2019, Gilberto Ramirez made his 175-pound debut against former world championship contender Tommy Karpency as part of the Lomachenko vs. Crolla undercard. Using 316 punches, 83 of which were body strikes, Ramirez was able to compel Karpency to resign in his corner at the conclusion of the fourth round.

Gilberto Ramirez
Gilberto Ramirez

After 30 seconds of action, Karpency claimed that his ribs were shattered. The Mexican was ordered by the WBO to face Eleider lvarez in the early months of 2020, but he did not express interest. He became a free agent in July 2020 as a result of differences with Top Rank.

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