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Our 2013 Ringside World
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Ramos Boxing Team launches NEW YOUTH PROGRAM
for 7yr olds & under!
May 24, 2014
“The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher
esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche

Carlo Pruneda and son, Carlitos
Pictorial updates on our teams activity for the last 6 months! click here
Due to my recent relocation back to my TEAM in San Antonio updates to our page have been far and in between. Now that I've settled in check back with
us each Monday for updates our on teams weekly activities. - Arturo Ramos III
Our 2012 Ringside World
Championship Team
Our 2014 Ringside World
Championship Team
Ramos Boxing racks up 13-0 record at HORN Tournament in
Team picks up 10 HORN Titles & Rick Medina Jr. is named Outstanding JO Boxer of the Tournament
Rick Fernandez
Gus Garrido Jr.
Ismary Aquino
Ramon Acosta Jr.
Jorge Ramos
Rick Medina Jr.
Amber Ramos
Luis Perea
Gus Garrido Sr.
Katherine Boudin
Aquino named Outstanding Boxer at National PAL Tournament!
Team travels to Oxnard, California and returns home with 1 Gold and 3 silver.
(L) Ramos Boxing
founder, Arturo Jr poses
with Ismary Aquino after
her finals victory over
Heven Garcia of
(R) Team Ramos departs
to Oxnard California.
Our Team, Up Close and personal.  Testimonials
ESPN Study
Zach "Knox"  him out -  1st Rd. Ko !
Nov. 22, 2014 Indianapolis, Indiana
(L) Zach Knox
before his pro

(R) Members of
boxing tem.
Team continues to march forth!
Dec. 15, 2014
(L) Team celebrates
Christian Santibanez's
victory (R) South TX
LBCs Team earns Open
Division Team Trophy
(B) McKinney, Texas -
Team picks up 4 State
RBT Boxer receives acceptance letter to TCU!
Ramos Boxing's own, Mario Aquino Jr has received his FIRST letter of acceptance to TCU - Our team will like to congratulate
the Aquino Family on their continued to success not only in sports, but in academics as well.
(L) Head Coach,
Arturo Ramos III &
Mario Aquino Jr at
Ramos Boxing
(R) The Aquino Family
with both their children
after winning the
Ringside World
Championships in
Kansas City, MO
(Aquino defeated # 1
ranked boxer in the
country John of
Williams, Baton Rouge
in the finals)
Monday - Friday 7am - 10pm
Sat. & Sunday - Personal Training
Call 210.380.8955 / 210.288.9438 / 210.748.9182 or
210.288.0346 for more INFO
March 14, 2015

Boxing continues to bring out the best in some of our young athletes.
Inside and outside the ring.  The energy among our boxers,  parents
and coaches seems to be at an all time high. As with any team success
starts with leadership. Inside the ropes for our young female boxers that
torch is carried by
Celina THE SWEETHEART Salazar. It's very
motivating for our young female boxers knowing they train alongside a
boxer who is considered one of the best boxers in the WORLD. This past             
(click here for Salazar vs Rivas fight report)
weekend she was the featured bout on TV around the globe. Our boxers witness our warrior go to battle with a 3 time World
Champion, a veteran of over 40 professional fights,
Yazmin Rivas  in only her 9th pro bout. Although she came up short in
her bid to win the WBC World Title all of our young boxers are able to see firsthand the path taken to be among the best in
the WORLD. It takes a special kind of boxer to have been to war with 3 former and current WORLD CHAMPIONS before
her 10th professional fight.

For our young male boxers the torch is carried by, THE NEW
Christian Santibanez & Kid Thunder, Cresencio Ramos Jr.
Both boxers have been part of our team for over a decade. Although both have taken different paths in their young careers
both have shown our young warriors the road less traveled is always driven by perseverance. Ramos recently signed with
notable manager, Michael Miller. Miller currently manages more than a handful of world champions. Ramos is scheduled to
fight on the Kirkland vs Canelo undercard. Santibanez on the other hand has single handily defined the word
PERSEVERANCE directly in front of our eyes. His impressive showing in his last pro fight (4th round KO) seems to have
opened a few doors. He will be back in the ring once again this coming weekend in Mexico.

This past weekend when our coaches were in Tijuana, BC our boxers back home in San Antonio did not sit idle. We had our
young warriors,
Gustavo Garrido, Christopher Loredo and Alex Ramos (Ramos Boxing Laredo) and the amateur debut of
Katelyn Lara all on the victors side at a local show at Joe Souza's (San Fernando) boxing gym.

This years JO training camp is set to being this Monday, March 16. We plan on taking a full team to this years tournament.
Our camp will begin with 20+ boxers all hoping to earn the right to represent our team in Laredo, Texas.

For daily updates and photos of our boxers add our facebook pages, (updated after every major event)
Ramos Boxing Team
Like Page, Head Coach's(updated daiy after every workout) Facebook Page

Our activity as of late would not be possible without the help of our coaches & supporting parents, friends and family.

Arturo Ramos III, Arturo Ramos Jr, Mike Somar Ramos, Hector Ramos, Rick Medina Sr.  Pedro Ramos Jr, Victor De Los
Santos, Rick Fernandez Sr., Cresencio Ramos Sr. & Team Managers Vanessa Chagoy, Juan Manuel Sanchez & Carlos

March 2, 2015

Wish there was a good excuse to use to why this site hasn't been updated in such a long time but there isn't. It's not that we are
not proud of our boxers recent success but we've been busy trying to
keep up with our boxers success!

The last 4 months have been hectic to say the least. We've had boxers participate and represent well in all of the major
amateur tournaments in the United States. Not to mention our professional boxers. One of our professionals, Chris "Kid
Thunder" Ramos has a major announcement tomorrow at the Kirkland vs Canelo press conference at the Azteca Theater at
5pm. Celina Salazar will also be on hand as she prepares to fight for the WBC World Title on March 14 in Mexico. Also
attending will be recent professional victor of a 4th round KO in Peirdas Negras this past weekend, Mike "Somar" Ramos'
pupil,  THE NEW Christian Santibanez, the undefeated, Tokunmbo "Tony" Adeniran and the pro "combacking" Jairo

Some of our recent amateur stars are expected to attend as well, National Silver Gloves Champion, Jesus Martinez, National
Silver Gloves Runner-Up, Rick Fernandez, Regional Golden Gloves Champions, Ramon Cardenas and Nathaniel Dominguez.
And other National top ten ranked boxers from our team, Juan Gonzales, Luis Perea, Sebastian Perea, Robert Rodriguez,
Gustavo Garrido, Isamary Aquino, Rick Medina and Katherine Boudin
(originally from Hector Ramos' SAC BOXING) among
March 30, 2015

Pros:  THE NEW Christian Santibanez and Jairo "El Barbaro" Martinez both
had an impressive showing in their respective bouts at Villa Union Coahuila
MEX. Santibanez
 followed up his impressive 4th round TKO last month in
Pierdas Negras with a devestating one punch knockout at 1:49 of the first
round. Martinez was back in action after a 3 year hiatus. He

was back in top form and was able to score a 4th round TKO with a perfectly
placed left hook to the body. Both, Martinez & Santibanez are expected to be
back in action in May.
(Santibanez has a possible fight in early May in Los Angeles)

Our other pro boxers, Kid Thunder Cresencio Ramos will be in action May
9th on the Kirkland vs Canelo undercard. Ramon "Dinamita" Cardenas is also
scheduled to be back in the ring in late May.

Amateurs: While our pros were in action down south Katelyn Robledo & Del
Rio native, Chris Martinez both participated at the Advocates boxing show
here in San Antonio. Robledo upped her record to 2-0 with an impressive
performance while Martinez's valiant effort came up short in his first time
representing our TEAM.

This past weekend (April 11th) our team participated in a local boxing show
north of SW Military Drive.  Katelyn Robledo, Arturo Ramos IV & Gustavo
Garrido all socred impressive victories. Robledo & Gustavo both remained
undefeated and Ramos had a come from behind to score the victory over his
foe. Victor De Los Santos dropped a razor thin  (based on scoring) decision
and Jason "Marrachi" Sanchez was forced to box against teammate, Gustavo
in order to qualify for the Junior Olympic tournament this coming weekend.

STAY TUNED for: Videos of Kid Thunder's preparation for his May 9th
showdown, introduction of our JO Team and a TurniesTruth interview with
some of our amateur and pro boxers.
HEAD COACH Arturo Ramos with Jason
Sanchez, Gustavo Garrido, Katelyn Robledo,
Arturo Ramos IV and Victor De Los Santos
In Villa Union Mexico: Professional Coach Mike
"Somar" Ramos with (L to R) Andrea Triebs,
Christian Santibanez & Jairo Martinez