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(Boxing) Junior Lightweight Boxer Casey Ramos Earns A Degree In Economics

(Boxing) Junior Lightweight Boxer Casey Ramos Earns A Degree In Economics

Junior Lightweight Casey Ramos just got a degree Economics which has gone along way to show the way home will go when his career ends in the ring.

Ramos (24-1, 6 KOs), the rare pro fighter to earn a college degree, continues to pursue his promising boxing under the guidance of promoter Top Rank, which was happy to hear about his graduation. Ramos won his last fight 10-round unanimous decision against Miguel Beltran Jr. on April 28, recovering from his only defeat via a ninth-round technical decision to unbeaten Andy Vences in November.. 

Congratulatory messages flood in, for the youngster and he also admitted through happiness, the achievement in having to go though courses which will actually help him in helping people.

"A lot of people -- my family, my uncle, my friends -- helped me while growing up and now it's my turn to help others," Ramos said. "Studying economics was perfect as we learned about laws, regulations and ways I can help families.

"I have my personal goals too, like winning a world championship, establishing myself, owning a home. But at the same time I want to help others get their lifelong dreams too."
"Casey has always given 100 percent in the ring and now, perhaps even more importantly, 100 percent in the classroom, where it will pay off even more so. Congratulations," Top Rank vice president Carl Moretti said.
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