Ramos became public enemy No. 1 on Merseyside when he dislocated Mohamed Salah's shoulder early in the decider.
It later emerged that the hard-hitting defender also left goalkeeper Loris Karius during a clash between the pair.
The game eventually finished 3-1 in Madrid's favour, sealing an unprecedented third straight Champions League victory while leaving many Reds fans feeling short-changed after the final.
Klopp has spoken out publicly against Ramos, calling the Spain international a "wrestler" during one press conference when he was asked about the subject.
When Ramos was quizzed on Klopp's words on Tuesday, however, he pointed out that Klopp had tasted final defeat before without his help.
"I will not stress this issue. Everyone has a point of view that should be respected. I had no intention of holding Mohamed Salah's arm, but he first grabbed my arm," he rold reporters.
"If Jurgen Klopp wants to make it a reason to lose, this is not the first final he has lost, but in the end he is a great coach and I voted for him for the Coach of the Year award."