Likar Ramos Concha

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Ramos and the second or maternal family name is Concha.
Likar Ramos Concha
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Born September 8, 1985

Likar Arturo Ramos Concha (born September 8, 1985 in Barranquilla, Atlántico) is a boxer from Colombia, who participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics for his native South American country.


He started boxing at age nine, according to his profile on the official website of the 2004 Summer Olympics. Ramos Concha made his debut for Colombia at the 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador, El Salvador, winning a silver medal.

In 2003 he won the gold medal at the Pan American Games.

In Athens he was stopped in the round of sixteen of the Featherweight (57 kg) division by Belarus' Mikhail Biarnadski.


He started his professional career unspectacularly, losing two of his first twelve bouts. However, after November 2006, he won eleven straight bouts. He has a professional record of 24-4, 18 KOs.

On November 19, 2009, he defeated Angel Granados via twelve-rounds unanimous decision in Medellín, Colombia for the vacant WBA Interim Super Featherweight Championship.[1]

On July 16, 2011 he lost to Juan Manuel Marquez at the Plaza de Toros in Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. “Dinamita” Marquez landed a hard right hand on Likar's chin who fell ending the bout at 1:47 in the first round.


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Title last held by
Joel Casamayor
WBA Super Featherweight Champion
Interim Title

November 19, 2009 – February 6, 2010
Succeeded by
Jorge Solís