The first time he fought here, in 2014, Gilberto “Zordo” Ramirez was named a rising star. At twenty-three, he was undefeated, tall, athletic and graceful. He had the good looks of Hollywood and the talent to back it up.
His promoter compared him to Carlos Monzon, one of the greatest middleweights of all time. Today, as Ramirez prepares to fight in San Antonio for the second time, not much seems to have changed. However, in a sense, he has it all.