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The Art of War – Berchelt & Valdez to Wear the Prideful Cloak of Mexico On Their Backs Coming Into Their Super-Featherweight Showdown 🔥

Playing out every single scenario in our heads, we can’t find a conceivable reason for why we shouldn’t get the type of fight that I’m sure we are ALL expecting, and that of course is an all-out Mexican war due to their locked in styles and mindset, that may reflect past legendary Mexican encounters. On Saturday, 🇲🇽Miguel “El Alacran” Berchelt (37-1-0, 33KO👊) will put his WBC Super-Featherweight, and his RING #1 contender ranking on the line, against fellow war-minded, former WBO Featherweight World Titlist 🇲🇽Oscar Valdez (28-0-0, 22KO👊), who is looking upward to take on the major gamble. Continue reading “The Art of War – Berchelt & Valdez to Wear the Prideful Cloak of Mexico On Their Backs Coming Into Their Super-Featherweight Showdown 🔥”

Sniper on Point, Pedraza Outboxes Molina to Wide Victory, Looks Upward to Bigger Opportunities

The former 2-division title holder from Caguas, Puerto Rico 🇵🇷Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (28-3-0, 13KO) had zero problems in clearing out former Olympian 🇺🇸Javier “El Intocable” Molina (22-3-0, 9KO), getting his victory by unanimous decision.  Pedraza in this contest showcased his full bag of tricks, authoring up a razor sharp performance that showcased his full capabilities on display. Continue reading “Sniper on Point, Pedraza Outboxes Molina to Wide Victory, Looks Upward to Bigger Opportunities”