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 Last update:  12/28/2013       Read more by Jose Luis Camarillo         
   
Oscar Valdez Aims To Be Like Marquez and Chavez Sr.
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By Jose Luis Camarillo, notifight.com

Mexican Olympian Oscar Valdez has finished up his first full year as a professional fighter. The undefeated featherweight prospect is viewed as a future star in the sport. He won his first eight starts, and all of them by knockout. He aims to be equally busy in 2014 and has some very high goals. Valdez wants to become a legendary Mexican boxer like Juan Manuel Marquez and Julio Cesar Chavez Sr.

"I work hard every day. I'm taking everything step by step and fight by fight, but clearly my dream is to become the hope for Mexican boxing and then become a world champion, like my idols Julio Cesar Chavez and Juan Manuel Marquez. I have seen up close how Canelo Alvarez and Chavez Jr. [became big names]. I want the people to believe in me. I want to make history based on my work and my fists. I win for the fans," said Valdez.

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comment by The Ninth Layer, on 12-28-2013
This cat fought on the Bradley-Provo card didn't he? I remember him whooping on some dude with a ridiculous blond mohawk. He looked like the real deal but the guy he was fighting wasn't exactly a world-beater either.

comment by mex602, on 12-28-2013
I smell a Mexico vs PR mega fight in the future Oscar Valdez vs Felix Verdejo

comment by lutenco, on 12-28-2013
[QUOTE=-Huey-]In about 5 years, Oscar Valdez vs Diego De La Hoya will be the future Mega-Fight...mark my words. They got history... Besides, Arum will surely be out of the picture by then (I hope) which will finally give US fans the right to see the fights WE want to see![/QUOTE]OH DAMN SH*T!!!...

comment by 285Kid, on 12-28-2013
[QUOTE=-Huey-]In about 5 years, Oscar Valdez vs Diego De La Hoya will be the future Mega-Fight...mark my words. They got history... Besides, Arum will surely be out of the picture by then (I hope) which will finally give US fans the right to see the fights WE want to see![/QUOTE]

comment by richardt, on 12-28-2013
Now what 6-5-2 TBA fighter is he fighting next??? EDIT: Just checked his record and it is against 4-4-1 and 6-6-0 type fighters. I'll hit the snooze button till he fights someone with a pulse with a similar record or is mildly experienced. Just another overprotected fighter. Nothing new and nothi...

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