Mexican Challenger Cesar Ramirez Visits Manila’s Plaza Mexico

By Carlos Costa

INTRAMUROS, Metro Manila   —  Mexican world title challenger Cesar “Perico” Ramirez and his team visited today Manila’s Plaza Mexico, a historic monument that celebrates the Filipino-Mexican long standing friendship. 👍👍

The group visited Manila’s the old square located in Binondo during the sunny afternoon hours of Sunday August 19. ☀️

L to R: Manager Martinez, Coach Brocamoneted, Boxer Perico Ramirez and Carlos Costa

Ramirez, 31, will battle Filipino three-division titlist Johnriel Casimero (27-4, 18 KO’s) for the interim WBO Bantamweight Belt this Saturday, August 24, at San Andres Sports Complex in Malate, Metro Manila, on ESPN.  👍🏼👍🏼

From Left to Right in the main photo with the flag: Mexican coach Francisco “Yiyo” Bracamontes, writer Carlos Costa, Mexican challenger Cesar “Perico” Ramirez (18-3, 11 KO’s), Mexican manager Victor “Vitoque” Martinez, MP Promotions President Sean Gibbons and Manila Bulletin reporter Nick Giongco.


The author Carlos Costa is a boxing reporter living in the Phiippines.  Carlos can be reached at and whatsapp +63918453152.


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