Pro boxer Jose Ramirez, center, had a scare recently when his 4-month-old son Matteo, being held at left, had a seizure recently in Avenal. Matteo was rushed to a Hanford hospital where doctors determined he’d be OK. Still, Ramirez says he’s not taking any chances and called the Feb. 24 emergency “an early lesson for me.”
Pro boxer Jose Ramirez, center, had a scare recently when his 4-month-old son Matteo, being held at left, had a seizure recently in Avenal. Matteo was rushed to a Hanford hospital where doctors determined he’d be OK. Still, Ramirez says he’s not taking any chances and called the Feb. 24 emergency “an early lesson for me.” CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Pro boxer Jose Ramirez, center, had a scare recently when his 4-month-old son Matteo, being held at left, had a seizure recently in Avenal. Matteo was rushed to a Hanford hospital where doctors determined he’d be OK. Still, Ramirez says he’s not taking any chances and called the Feb. 24 emergency “an early lesson for me.” CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

Undefeated pro boxer Jose Ramirez gets a scare when his son suffers a seizure

March 06, 2017 11:33 AM

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