Eduardo Ramirez

Eduardo Ramirez

“Zurdito”

RECORD

23 - 2 - 3

KOs

10

Weight 127 lbs (57.73 kg)

Age 27

Home Los Mochis, Sinaloa, MEX 

Complete Stats

Next Fight / Dec 05, 2020


Eduardo Ramirez vs Julio Ceja


AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Latest News

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Leduan Barthelemy and Eduardo Ramirez
Sep 27, 2017 / Leduan Barthelemy, Barthelemy vs Ramirez, Eduardo Ramirez

Undefeated prospects Leduan Barthelemy and Eduardo Ramirez fight to draw

Pair of undefeated 126-pound prospects from Cuba and Mexico can't settle national score in 10-round battle Tuesday night in Sin City.

Leduan Barthelemy
Sep 22, 2017 / Leduan Barthelemy, Barthelemy vs Ramirez, Eduardo Ramirez

Barthelemy and Ramirez In a Showdown for the Same Thing

Pair of unbeaten 126-pound prospects pick up level of competition when they face off Tuesday, September 26 on FS1.

Fights

Eduardo Ramirez Fights

WIN vs Leduan Barthelemy 16-1-1

Nov 23, 2019 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Leduan Barthelemy LOSES to Eduardo Ramirez by TKO in Round 4 of 10

Loss vs Claudio Marrero 24-5-0

Jun 29, 2019 NRG Arena, Houston, Texas, USA

Eduardo Ramirez LOSES to Claudio Marrero by UD in Round 12 of 12

WIN vs Bryan De Gracia 24-1-1

Mar 02, 2019 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA

Bryan De Gracia LOSES to Eduardo Ramirez by TKO in Round 9 of 12

Win vs Carlos Jacobo 21-18-1

Nov 30, 2018 Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Carlos Jacobo by TKO in Round 1 of 8

LOSS vs Lee Selby 28-3-0

Dec 09, 2017 Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London, United Kingdom

Lee Selby WINS against Eduardo Ramirez by UD in Round 12 of 12

Draw vs Leduan Barthelemy 16-1-1

Sep 26, 2017 Cannery Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada

Leduan Barthelemy DRAWS with Eduardo Ramirez by DR in Round 10 of 10

Win vs Guillermo Osvaldo Soloppi 22-15-2

May 13, 2017 Centro de Convenciones, Punta del Este, Uruguay

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Guillermo Osvaldo Soloppi by UD in Round 8 of 8

WIN vs Edivaldo Ortega 24-0-1

Dec 03, 2016 Polideportivo Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Edivaldo Ortega LOSES to Eduardo Ramirez by UD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs Alan Salazar 7-2-0

Jul 02, 2016 Gimnasio Municipal "Jose Neri Santos", Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Alan Salazar by UD in Round 6 of 6

Win vs Misael Buitimea 0-0-0

Feb 13, 2016 Centro de Usos Multiples, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Misael Buitimea by TKO in Round 3 of 6

Win vs Eleazar Valenzuela 12-2-2

Sep 19, 2015 Centro de Usos Multiples, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Eleazar Valenzuela by UD in Round 6 of 6

Win vs Jesus Quintero 17-10-3

Jul 25, 2015 Polideportivo Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Jesus Quintero by UD in Round 8 of 8

Win vs Alem Robles 8-7-2

May 23, 2015 Polideportivo Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Alem Robles by UD in Round 8 of 8

WIN vs Roman Morales 19-0-0

Mar 21, 2015 Palenque de la Feria Mesoamericana, Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico

Roman Morales LOSES to Eduardo Ramirez by UD in Round 9 of 9

Win vs Jose Eduardo Poom 0-0-0

Feb 14, 2015 Palenque de la Expo Gan, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Jose Eduardo Poom by RTD in Round 2 of 6

Win vs Rafael Reyes 15-2-0

Sep 20, 2014 Estadio de Beisbol, Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Rafael Reyes by TKO in Round 6 of 8

Win vs Miguel Armando Martinez 3-0-1

Apr 11, 2014 Ingenio Azucarero, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Miguel Armando Martinez by TKO in Round 6 of 6

No Contest vs Saul Hermosillo 5-9-0

Mar 14, 2014 Gimnasio Manuel Lira, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez Saul Hermosillo by NC in Round 7 of 8

Draw vs Jesus Quintero 15-9-2

Nov 29, 2013 Ingenio Azucarero, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez DRAWS with Jesus Quintero by PTS in Round 8 of 8

Win vs Miguel Angel Rodriguez Toledo 4-7-2

Aug 30, 2013 Solidaid, Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Miguel Angel Rodriguez Toledo by UD in Round 0 of 8

Win vs Edgar Bustillos 0-4-1

Jun 15, 2012 Salon Forum, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Edgar Bustillos by UD in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Wilbert Ortiz 3-7-0

Mar 03, 2012 Gimnasio German Evers, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Wilbert Ortiz by TKO in Round 2 of 4

Win vs Gregorio Cortez 3-5-0

Feb 03, 2012 Arena Union, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Gregorio Cortez by UD in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Edgar Bustillos 0-3-0

Nov 19, 2011 Estadio Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Edgar Bustillos by UD in Round 4 of 4

Draw vs Mario Munoz 9-0-0

Oct 15, 2011 Estadio Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Mario Munoz DRAWS with Eduardo Ramirez by PTS in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Alex Robles 0-0-0

Jun 25, 2011 Estadio Banorte, Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Alex Robles by UD in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Cristian Osorio 0-16-1

Apr 29, 2011 Polideportivo Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Cristian Osorio by TKO in Round 2 of 4

Win vs Juan Pedro Rodriguez 0-3-0

Mar 05, 2011 Palenque de la Feria, Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Juan Pedro Rodriguez by TKO in Round 1 of 4

Win vs Francisco Amaral 0-0-0

Sep 24, 2010 Polideportivo Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Eduardo Ramirez WINS against Francisco Amaral by UD in Round 4 of 4

Stats

Eduardo Ramirez “Zurdito”

  • WINS 23
  • LOSSES 2
  • DRAWS 3
  • KOs 10

Weight 127 lbs (57.73 kg)

Height 5'6" (1.68 m)

Reach 70" (178 cm)

  • Born

    January 17, 1993
  • Age

    27
  • Country

    Mexico
  • Born in

    Los Mochis, Sinaloa
  • Trains in

    Los Mochis, Sinaloa
  • Stance

    Southpaw
  • Rounds Boxed

    164
  • KO Percentage

    34.48%
  • Boxing Hero

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Bio

Eduardo Ramirez Bio

Barthelemy vs. Ramirez: December 26, 2017 (PBC on FS1)

An Anomalous Beginning

Eduardo Ramirez’s entry into pugilism is an anomaly compared to many who grew up in boxing-rich Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico—an area which has produced notable champions such as five-time titlist Fernando Montiel. 

“I loved all sports, including basketball, baseball and soccer,” said Ramirez. “I didn’t really start boxing until I was 14 years old, but when I did, I fell in love immediately.”

Armed with a scrappy, grinding, yet well-schooled style out of a southpaw stance, Ramirez earned the nickname “Zurdito,” which translates into “Little Left-Hander,” from his gruelling sparring sessions with Montiel, four-division titlist Jorge Arce and two-division winner Hugo Cazares.

“Those men were extremely beneficial to my career,” said Ramirez, who turned professional after an amazingly brief amateur career during which he went 8-1-2. “I was only 16 when I started my amateur career, but when it was time to turn professional, they told me that I was ready.”

Ramirez won his professional debut by four-round unanimous decision over Francisco Amaral at 122 ¼ pounds in September 2010. 

“Zurdito’s” 4-0-1 mark in 2011 comprised first- and second-round TKOs of Juan Pedro Rodriguez (March) and Christian Osorio (April) and four-round unanimous decisions over Alex Robles (June) and Edgar Bustillos (November) with a draw against then-unbeaten Mario Munoz (October) in between. Munoz entered at 9-0 (7 KOs). 

Ramirez also went 4-0-1 over the course of 2012 and 2013, the former comprising four-round unanimous decisions over Gregorio Cortez (February) and Bustillos (June) with a second-round TKO of Wilbert Ortiz (March) in between. 

Consecutive sixth-round TKOs of Miguel Armando Martinez (April) and Rafal Raez (September) in 2014 preceded a five-fight 2015, with Martinez entering at 3-0-1 (3 KOs).

The following year, Ramirez’s second-round TKO of Jose Eduardo Poom (February) preceded a six-round unanimous decision over Eleazar Valenzuela (September), consecutive eight-round unanimous decisions over Alem Robles (May) and Jesus Quintero (July) and another over nine rounds over Roman Morales (March), a southpaw who came in at 19-0 (10 KOs).

Ramirez went 3-0 in 2016, his third-round TKO of Miseal Buitimea (February) being followed by a six-round unanimous decision over Alan Salazar (July) and his career-first 10-round unanimous decision over Edivalgo Ortega (December), who entered at 24-0-1 (13 KOs).

Always The Underdog

Ramirez went 1-1-1 in 2017, his eight-round unanimous decision over Guillermo Osvaldo Soloppi (May) preceding a draw with talent Cuban southpaw Leduan Barthelemy (September), who entered at 13-0 (7 KOs).

Then, at 20-0-3 (7 KOs), Ramirez traveled to England to face IBF champion Lee Selby (December), who improved to 26-1 (9 KOs) following his unanimous decision victory. 

“Zurdito” rebounded, however, going 3-1 over the course of his next four bouts, starting with a first-round TKOs of Carlos Jacobo (November 2018). He went 2-1 (2 KOs) in 2019 comprising a ninth-round TKO of Bryan De Gracia (March 2019), a unanimous decision loss to left-handed former champion Claudio “The Matrix” Marrero (June) and an inspiring fourth-round TKO in his rematch with Barthelemy (November), who dropped to 15-1-1 (7 KOs).

“I’d like to dedicate this fight to my deceased grandfather. This win is in memory of him,” said Ramirez, who was given just over two weeks’ notice for his return bout with Barthelemy. 

“I definitely know that it was a close fight, but my corner kept telling me to keep going and going, and that’s when I caught him. I didn’t just come here to fight, I came here to do something and I did it.”

Ramirez faces yet another stiff challenge on September 19 opposite former title challenger Tugstsogt Nyambayar (11-1, 9 KOs), who will be facing his third straight southpaw opponent after falling by decision in February to 126-pound WBC champion Gary Russell Jr. 

Prior to Russell, Nyambayar had gone the 12-round distance for the first time in his biggest victory to date against Marrero (January 2019) in advance of the latter’s triumph over Ramirez. 

“I’ve watched the fight with Russell and Marrero, and even though they’re southpaws, my style will be completely different,” said Ramirez. “I have a game plan that is being worked out with my trainers, and I plan to follow it. If I am able to do that, then the victory will be mine in September and eventually my dream of another world title shot will come true.”