Gilberto Ramírez Sánchez is a Mexican professional boxer. He 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. As of October 2018, Ramírez is ranked as the world's second best active super middleweight by The Ring magazine, the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and BoxRec.
|Real name:||Gilberto Ramírez Sánchez|
|Nickname(s):||Zurdo de Oro, ("Golden Southpaw")|
|Born:||Jun 19, 1991, Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico|
|Wins by KO:||26|
About Gilberto Ramírez
Super middleweight southpaw who won the WBO Super Middleweight title in 2016. As of October 2018, he has been named the #2 super middleweight fighter by The Ring magazine and BoxRec after defending his title successfully four times.
He made his professional boxing debut in August 2009. He later won the then-vacant WBC youth middleweight title in December 2010.
He became the first ever Mexican super middleweight boxer to win that weight class' title upon his 2016 victory. He made his professional boxing debut outside of Mexico in 2013.
He was originally born and raised in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico.
He defeated Arthur Abraham to win the WBO Super Middleweight title in 2016.
Information related to Gilberto Ramírez
- World super-middleweight boxing champions
- Boxers from Sinaloa
- Southpaw boxers
- World Boxing Organization champions
- Mexican male boxers
- Light-heavyweight boxers
- Middleweight boxers