Reports emerged on Tuesday that the Selangor defender, along with Mahmoud El Ali who currently plays for Persiba Balikpapan in the Indonesia Super League, had been handed life suspensions and fined US$15,000 for their alleged match-fixing with the focus being on Lebanon's 1-0 World Cup qualifying defeat to Qatar last June.
In total, 24 players have been handed suspensions, however Ramez has wasted no time in declaring his innocence, insisting that the matter is far from over.
"I am not guilty. They (the Lebanese FA) have suspended me and accused me of match-fixing without any evidence or proof," Ramez told FOX Sports.
"This is a serious allegation and I have no doubt there's something behind this.
"This has tarnished both my reputation and my name in Malaysia. I will not keep quiet. I have spoken to my lawyer and we will take the Lebanese FA to court and to FIFA.
"If I really am guilty of match-fixing, FIFA will investigate and suspend me, not the Lebanese FA," the 28-year-old added.
Ramez has become a highly respected figure in the Selangor backline since joining the club from Myanmar's Magway FC in 2012.