Tony Ramos Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Tony Ramos?
Tony Ramos is a Mexican-American wrestler and submission grappler from Chicago Illinois. Tony Ramos started training at the young age of 3 so that he could wrestle on the same team as his brothers.
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When he was in the 6th grade, Tony Ramos joined the Martinez Elite wrestling club where he met his first big name coach, Izzy Martinez. In the 8th grade, Tony Ramos’ parents decided to move the family to Carol Stream, Illinois. There Tony Ramos would begin to attend Glenbard North High School.
At Glenbard North Tony Ramos became a three time Illinois state champion, winning those titles at both the 112 pound and 125 pound weight classes. He would also go on to place fifth in that year's junior world championships.
After graduating from high school, Tony Ramos would go on to attend the University of Iowa where he began to train under the university's head coach Tom Brands. At the University of Iowa, Tony Ramos would compete in the 133 pound weight class and become a three time all American.
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How Old is Tony Ramos?
Tony Ramos was born on February 12, 1991 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. This makes him 30 years old at the time of writing.
Tony Ramos’ Family
Tony Ramos is the son of Alfonzo and Debra Ramos. Tony Ramos also has two brothers, Frankie and Vince, who he was on a wrestling team with very early on in life.
Tony Ramos met his now wife Megan Ramos (Nee. Eskew) at the University of Iowa and the pair got married on July 19, 2014. On April 25, 2015, the couple had their first child, a son named Anthony Joseph (AJ) Ramos Jr. The couple has three other children, a son named Lincoln and two daughters Calla and Molly.
How Much is Tony Ramos Worth?
Tony Ramos’ net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be around $12 million US dollars.
How Tall is Tony Ramos?
Tony Ramos stands at 5 foot 5 inches tall or 1.65 meters.
What is Tony Ramos’ Reach?
Tony Ramos’ reach is currently unknown.
How Much Does Tony Ramos Weigh?
In highschool, Tony Ramos competed in the 112 pound and 125 pound weight classes. For his university career, Tony Ramos competed in the 133 pound weight class.
Tony Ramos’s Fight List
In Tony Ramos’ 2010-2011 collegiate wrestling year he got 25 wins and 6 losses.
In 2011-2012 Tony Ramos went 33 and 4
In 2012-13 he went 30 and 2
In his final year, Tony Ramos had 32 wins and 2 losses.
Outside of his collegiate career, Tony Ramos also competed in the international circuit. In 2014 he entered the US World Team Trials in Madison, Wisconsin, where he would defeat Sam Hazewinkel in a best of three to secure his spot.
That year Tony Ramos would also win the Canada Cup.
Tony Ramos would continue to compete in the international circuit. Notably in 2015, he would take on olympic gold medalist and soon to be two division UFC champion Henry Cejudo where Tony Ramos would win 12-8.
From there Tony Ramos would continue to compete in wrestling up until 2019 at the 2019 US World Team Trials Challenge tournament where he would retire after reaching the semi finals.
That wouldn’t be Tony Ranos’ competing from all competition though. Tony Ramos then made his grappling debut against Nicky Ryan on October 2, 2020. Tony Ramos would lose that match via a heel hook.
Who Did Tony Ramos Lose to?
The official list of loses is hard to come by but Tony Ramos has lost to Ismail Musukaev, Viktor Rassadin, Yowlys Bonne Hassan Rahimi, Daniel Dennis and Nicky Ryan
What is Tony Ramos’ Record?
Tony Ramos had a total collegiate record of 134 matches with 120 wins and 14 losses.
What Titles Has Tony Ramos Held?
Tony Ramos is a two time Global Wrestling Champion.
Tony Ramos also won gold at the 2014 Canada Cup and the 2015 Grand Prix Paris
Has Tony Ramos Had Any Serious Injuries?
Tony Ramos has not had any big injuries worth noting.
Is Tony Ramos Retired?
Tony Ramos did retire from wrestling in 2019 but he has competed in submission grappling as late as 2020 and has not announced retirement from that sport.
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