Ultiminio “SUGAR” Ramos

Full name
Ultiminio Ramos Zaqueira

December 2, 1941, Cuban and naturalized Mexican

Date of death
September 3, 2017

On October 5, 1957, in Havana, Cuba, he knocked out René Arce in two rounds.

won the world title
On March 21, 1963, at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, he defeated American Davey Moore for the WBC and WBA featherweight titles. On October 22, 1966, at El Toreo de Cuatro Caminos in Mexico City, he technically knocked out Carlos Ortiz in five rounds and took the WBC and WBA lightweight title from him.

Lost His Title
In his fourth defense, he lost the WBC-WBA featherweight titles to the Mexican Vicente"Zurdo de Oro"Saldívar, in the Cuatro Caminos Bullfight in Mexico City. The WBC-WBA lightweights, he lost in his first defense, in the rematch against Carlos Ortiz, on July 1, 1967, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, when he fell by technical knockout.

On April 24, 1972, at the Forum in Inglewood, California, César Sinda knocked him out in ten rounds.

The Data
Sugar Ramos experienced the drama of causing death with her fists to two rivals. First to José el Tigre Blanco, in 1958 in Havana, and five years later to the American Davey Moore, in what ironically would be his most glorious night, since there he won the WBC featherweight title, at the legendary Dodger Stadium in Los Angels.

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