Boxing’s preeminent action superhero, Oscar Valdez, will make the sixth defense of his WBO featherweight world title Saturday, June 8 against the upset-minded Jason “El Alacrancito” Sanchez at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. Valdez-Sanchez and the 10-round light heavyweight showdown between title-hungry contenders Sullivan Barrera and Michael Seals will be televised
This show is off btw. Valdez will fight later this year. Adames, Conceicao, and Fazliddin will fight on the 1/18 Verona, NY show. https://t.co/iwJYPLe4JF — *Toasts with glass full of JM Marquez pee* (@BoxrecGrey) December 13, 2018 Per a tweet from one of the organizers of BoxRec.com, a boxing database
On Saturday, January 12th, 2019, from the Convention Center from Tucson, Arizona, Top Rank Inc along with Peltz Boxing Promotions, will promote WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez’s return after a broken jaw as he looks to defend his title against Andoni Gago, which will be broadcast on ESPN. Valdez suffered
WBO Featherweight Champion, Oscar Valdez (24-0, 19 KOs) will make his anticipated return to the ring on Saturday January 12, 2019, in Tucson AZ. This will be the first fight back for Valdez since he suffered a fractured jaw during his battle this past March against Scott Quigg. He will be
WBO Featherweight Oscar Valdez (24-0 19KOs) finally has his date in which he will return as he will fight in Tucson, Arizona and is currently in the process of trying to finalize a fight contract with Andoni Gago (23-3-3 6KOs) in a 12-round world title fight that would take place on
Skillful Violence, Valdez beats Quigg ? A post shared by Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) on Mar 11, 2018 at 9:25am PDT In a delightful main event between Oscar Valdez and Scott Quigg that was marred badly by Quigg missing weight by 2.8 lbs, which hung an ugly stain over an
WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (24-0, 19 KOs) won an action-packed main event that saw Scott Quigg (34-2-2, 25 KOs) on Saturday night at a rainy StubHub Center in Carson, California as both fighters left injured, Quigg with a broken nose and Valdez with a broken jaw. Quigg also missed
World Boxing Organization (WBO) Featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (23-0, 19 KOs) met the media Thursday afternoon at Legendz Boxing Gym, where he worked out in preparation for his fourth title defense against veteran Scott Quigg, Saturday, March 10, at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. He recently returned to California following training camp in Guadalajara, Mexico, where he trained
Oscar Valdez expects a toe-to-toe battle when he squares off against veteran Scott Quigg, Saturday, March 10, at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Valdez fights are never short on drama, and the StubHub Center — nicknamed “The War Grounds” by Timothy Bradley — has been the site of numerous Fight of the Year-caliber contests.
On March 10th, the headliner might be Oscar Valdez vs. Scott Quigg, but the boxing world is buzzing over two undefeated prospects in 130 lbs. division doing battle on ESPN, minutes prior at the StubHub Center in Carson, Ca, as San Jose’s Andy Vences takes on Detroit’s Erick De Leon.