Former four division champion Juan Manuel Marquez is expecting a lot of fireworks if a deal is finalized for a super featherweight clash between Oscar Valdez and Emanuel Navarrete.

The WBO recently ordered the two boxers to collide for the vacant WBO super featherweight strap, with a date give of November 19 to reach an agreement.

"It's an interesting fight too, a war between Mexicans. Fights between Mexicans are always wars," said Marquez to BDC Boxing. "Let's see what kind of boxing Navarrete uses against Valdez, who is more technical, and likes to exchange blows and the Navarrete does as well.

Marquez could see a very interested fight break out, if they decide to exchange big shots from the start of the fight.

"If they want to exchange punches, I think it will be a good fight, very interesting, with a reserved outcome, it is a punch-for-punch fight, from the first to the twelve [round]" Marquez said.

As far as the favorite, Marquez is giving the edge toe Navarrate. Valdez has been involved in several tough fights and certainly took more punishment during his career.

Valdez is coming off a tough decision loss at the hands of Shakur Stevenson from April of this year. It was the first loss of Valdez's career.

For his part, Navarrete has been undefeated - and captured world title in two weight classes - since losing a four round decision back in 2012.

"I think [Navarrete] is in his best moment right now. Navarrete has something that is very important in this type of fight: he is at his best. I think that Navarrete is in his prime and that is very good for him [in this fight]," Marquez said.