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Luis Del Valle is Ready To Impress in Puerto Rico

New York State Featherweight Champion, Luis "Orlandito" del Valle ( 11-0-0,9KO's ) has been added to the "Boxeo de Campeones" card, held at the Juan Pachin Vicens Auditorium in Ponce, Puerto Rico.

"Last year ( 2010 ) I didn't fight on the island but now that I am, my responsibility as a athlete besides winning, is to give a great show to the people, so when they get back home, they can remember my name" said a confident "Orlandito" who is part of the "Dibella Entertainment" Stable.

The undefeated Puerto Rican boxer, who trains in Newburgh, New York with trainer Raymond Rivera, will face tough opponent Irvin Hernández from Aguas Buenas.

"I need to be 110 percent physically and mentally prepared for this fight. Irvin is a tough aggresive opponent that never quits, just like me" stated Del Valle, who last November, on the "Paul Williams vs Sergio Martínez II" undercard, defeated tough mexican, Noe López,Jr, by technical knockout, in the 3rd round.

"Boxeo de Campeones" card will feature the comeback of ex-world welterweight champion, Carlos 'El Indio' Quintana at the light middleweight division.

This card is promoted in association with Universal Promotions, Dibella Entertainment and Gary Shaw Productions

Tickets for "Boxeo de Campeones" are available at Ticket Center ( www.tcpr.com ), Sears and "La Gran Discoteca".

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by krispy kreme on 02-03-2011

Cool, I trained with this kid in Newburgh, I wish the best for him.

Comment by ricky1978 on 02-03-2011

haven't seen del valle, got to check him out....

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 02-03-2011

Valle is good he will be champion soon

Comment by menan on 02-03-2011

by the way del valle beat lopez,jr last time he could be very good

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