Oscar Valdez seeks to close the year strong –
The sensational Mexican boxer Oscar Valdez continues to receive praise for his big win over former world title challenger Chris Avalos last September 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The two-time Mexican Olympian heads his first show in Las Vegas and was a success. Valdez Avalos sent to the canvas once en route to his spectacular victory in five rounds before a national television audience that his fight was televised by tru-tv.
“I’m very happy with my performance. We had a great plan and was only a matter of execution. I just followed the instructions of my corner and stepped into the ring to do the things that work in training and we knew official against Avalos and so was “Valdez, who has a record of 17-0, with 15 KOs said.
Valdez who has a record of 3-0 with 2 knockouts this year, has been in the tru-tv in his last two fights HBO and screens.
“It motivates me to my fights have that kind of exposure, but I know I have to keep working to get the title shot so much desire,” Valdez said.
Valdez is returning to Los Angeles to begin preparing for one last fight in 2015 will surely be in the month of December. The Sonoran trains at the Rock Gym in Carson, California under the tutelage of Manuel “Manny” Robles and his career is handled by Frank Espinoza Espinoza Boxing.
“I hope to close the year strong with a great fight and then expect much better things for 2016,” concluded Valdez who is ranked number one by the World Boxing Organization (WBO) featherweight.
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