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Juan Soberanes Ramos

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Name  Juan Ramos

Role  Boxer
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Juan Soberanes Ramos (born June 24, 1968 in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico) is a Mexican professional boxer in the Welterweight division. He's also the former Mexican National Lightweight and the WBA Fedecentro Light Welterweight Champion.

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Pro career

Juan won Mexican National Lightweight Championship, when he beat Juan Guardado in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.

IBC Lightweight Championship

In 1991, he lost his first shot at a world championship against International Boxing Council (IBC) Lightweight Champion Jaime Balboa.

WBA Fedecentro Light Welterweight Championship

In August 1997, he won the WBA Fedecentro Light Welterweight by upsetting title contender Jose Rodriguez.

On December 2, 1996 Ramos lost to three-time world champion, American Antonio Margarito in El Gran Mercado, Phoenix, Arizona.

Legacy

Soberanes has fought many great fighters like Julio César Chávez, Antonio Margarito, Miguel Ángel González, Cosme Rivera, Danny Perez Ramírez, Jaime Balboa, Andrey Tsurkan, Frankie Randall, Oba Carr, Vince Phillips, and Roger Mayweather.

References

Juan Soberanes Wikipedia


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