Navy veteran Redmond Ramos turns the tables on comedian Jeff Ross by pulling his prosthetic leg off during an onstage roast by Ross and Dave Attell, during Stand Up for Heroes: Bay Area, May 17, 2018, at The Masonic in San Francisco. Photo by Susana Bates, Drew Altizer Photography, for the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
Throughout the weekend we also heard from Redmond Ramos, a veteran, motivational speaker and a past Team USA Invictus Games athlete. Ramos spoke on the idea that sometimes our lives can be changed in a moment and that every obstacle in our way can be an opportunity to grow.
The new reality show My Great Big Live Wedding with David Tuterahas the celebrity wedding planner giving the most deserving couples in America the wedding of their dreams – live. The show will profile the couples and broadcast their weddings live. On the series premiere, former Navy Corpsman Combat Medic with the U.S. Marines Redmond Ramos and his fiancée firefighter Krista Cona are featured. In 2011, while deployed in Afghanistan, Redmond stepped on an IED and later lost his leg. He met Krista while competing at the Warrior Games, a a multi-sport event for wounded, injured or ill service personnel and veterans organized by the United States Department of Defense.
If Redmond looks familiar to you, you’re not alone. In 2017, he competed on the popular competition reality show The Amazing Race Season 29. Fellow competitors accused Redmond and his Amazing Race partner Matt of cheating; they came in fourth place. My Great Big Live Wedding with David Tutera airs Tuesdays at 10 pm on Lifetime.
"Great motivational speaker! Thank you Redmond Ramos" - DCIS Coyote student news
" I know we are thankful for Mr. Ramos and his strong determination to overcome and succeed in living his life." -Ron Verini Special to the Argus Observer