Oscar Valdez wants to beat Scott Quigg and stamp self as best in field that includes Leo Santa Cruz, Abner Mares, Joseph Diaz Jr.
Mar 08, 2018 · Oscar Valdez wants to go down as the best in the neighborhood featherweight-champion rivalry. By Lance Pugmire. Mar 06, 2018 | 7:55 PM .
Valdez then fought the remaining 7 rounds with a broken jaw. When Valdez does fight again, he’s going to take on a softer opponent than his last fight against Quigg.
WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (24-0, 19 KOs) is ready to return to the ring by the end of the year, after fighting a bloody battle with British contender Scott Quigg back in March.
Assuming Team Valdez gets the final green light from the doctor in September, when asked what can we hope to see from Valdez in the coming year, it was simply, “Bring on the best.” “Oscar is excited to get back and he wants to fight the very best out there, the other champions,” said Espinoza.
Oscar Valdez: Making a case at being the world’s best featherweight by Bill Tibbs | Sep 18, 2017 WBO featherweight titlist Oscar Valdez (left) vs. Miguel Marriaga.
Two-time Mexican Olympian and current undefeated World Boxing Organization (WBO) featherweight champion Oscar Valdez of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico is recuperating from a jaw injury and will be soon
Óscar Rafael Valdez Fierro (born December 22, 1990 in Nogales, Sonora) is a Mexican professional boxer who has held the WBO featherweight title since 2016. Valdez qualified for the 2008 Olympics at the age of 17 and became the first Mexican Youth World Champion.
Featherweight contender Oscar Valdez has always dreamed of winning a world title, and now he has a chance to achieve his goal with a win against Matias Adrian Rueda on Saturday.
Oscar Valdez retained his featherweight belt for the third time in an action-packed unanimous decision over Genesis Servania in Valdez’s former hometown of Tucson, Arizona.
Valdez beat Argentine Matias Rueda to claim the WBO belt in 2016 WBO featherweight world champion Oscar Valdez says that he wants to fight the winner of the Josh Warrington v Carl Frampton fight
Scott Quigg is ready to use insider knowledge to topple WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez when they go head-to-head in Carson. Quigg, the former …
He is next in the queue as mandatory challenger of both WBO champion Oscar Valdez of Mexico and WBC titlist Gary Russell, Jr. of Washington, D.C. Magsayo is also ranked No. 7 by the IBF.
Oscar Valdez kept his belt against Scott Quigg but paid a high price for it as the Mexican featherweight champion had to have his jaw wire shut days after Saturday’s bloody fight. Boxing / ESPN