Pablo Ramírez

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Pablo Ramírez
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Born Pablo Ramírez
Occupation Sports journalist, commentator, actor, footballer
Years active 1980 - present
Height 1.96m (6ft 5in)

Pablo Ramírez (born in Jalisco, Mexico) is a Mexican Spanish-language sportscaster in the United States. Ramírez primarily provides Spanish-language commentary for football (soccer) matches, currently working along with Jesus Bracamontes for the US-based Spanish-language TV station Univision. Nicknamed La Torre de Jalisco (the tower of Jalisco) due to his height, at 6'5"/196 cm.

Early career[edit]

He started to work in PROALPHA, a company dedicated to the production of commercials spots for television in Guadalajara, Jalisco. His boss Enrique Meludis Sr. (El Compadrito) worked in this company from 1984 to 1987, building commercial spots as famous as those like Ekar de Gas, on the way from the office to recording place of Ekar de Gas spots, he liked to share radius novels with his boss and his co-worker, together they was a great work team until the team merged in cancun and left him in charge of the office.

During the early 1980s Ramírez played football as a goalkeeper for Atletico Tecoman in the Mexican Third Division, until a serious injury prevented him for playing football at a higher level.[1] During the 1980s Ramírez worked for Televisa and had small roles in El derecho de nacer and El amor nunca muere. He also made a cameo appearance in the 2014 film Rio 2.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "De futbolista a narrador" (in Spanish). Univision. 2009-07-10. Retrieved 2009-07-22. 

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