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A talented southpaw who has garnered rave reviews thus far in his professional career, Luis Ramos Jr. is seen by many fight game insiders as a young fighter with true championship potential and crossover appeal.
A boxer since the age of seven, Ramos went on to ring up an impressive 120-16 amateur slate. After falling short of a spot on the 2008 US Olympic team, Ramos decided to turn pro, and in October of 2007 he debuted with a first round knockout of Christian Jose Reyes.
Ramos quickly built a following around the California fight scene due to his sharpshooting style and maturity in and out of the ring. In July of 2008, he scored a big five round win over 8-1 prospect Aaron Dominguez, who Ramos dropped twice before the end came.
After a 7-0 run in 2008 that upped his record to 9-0, Ramos kept the momentum going in 2009 with a shutout win over 52-fight veteran Anthony Martinez in March. On June 11th, Ramos returned to the ring to face another seasoned opponent in Baudel Cardenas and won via an impressive fifth round knockout, and Sandro Marcos fared little better, as he was halted in six rounds by Ramos on July 30th.
 “This is a dream come true,” he said. “I'm looking forward to a long career and to making things better for my family through boxing. I'm really excited and never expected that one day I would be signed with Oscar who I always watched growing up.  This proves that dreams can come true if you work hard enough.”
Ramos returned to action on September 24th with a shutout six round unanimous decision win over veteran Cristian Favela, and on February 25, 2010, he scored the biggest victory of his young career as he scored a shutout four round decision over 35-11 Walter Estrada. It was a win that cemented Ramos’ place among the top prospects in the sport today, and he will look to top that performance when he gets back in the ring when he opens up the night of boxing for the Mayweather vs. Mosley undercard on May 1 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.