Tag: WBC Super-Featherweight Title

A Frustrating, Debatable, and an Entertaining Fight All in One – Oscar Valdez Walks Away a Winner, As the Three Judges Favored His Work Over Robson Conceição Over Twelve

This bout truthfully comes down to what you like….do you favor quality early work❓ do you prioritize the strong finish?…do you consider true outside boxing running?…Does consistency through 12 rounds push to the forefront of the criteria?…and how much does a network broadcast team influence you as opposed to what you see with your own eyes? There was a lot of angles & takes that we are forced to look at in WBC Titlist 🇲🇽Oscar Valdez (30-0-0, 23KO👊) and Gold-Medalist 🥇🇧🇷Robson Conceição (16-1-0, 8KO👊) main event bout that has concluded last night in Tucson, Arizona. Continue reading “A Frustrating, Debatable, and an Entertaining Fight All in One – Oscar Valdez Walks Away a Winner, As the Three Judges Favored His Work Over Robson Conceição Over Twelve”

Despite the Controversy, the Fight is Still On, as Oscar Valdez Meets Robson Conceição for Super-Featherweight Title Fight

Well….any excitement that this bout was supposed to garner was replaced by controversy, frustration, and plenty of open-ended questions involving the Commission. Mexico’s WBC Super-Featherweight world titlist 🇲🇽Oscar Valdez (29-0-0, 23KO👊) riding high after his career-peak win over previously feared world titleholder 🇲🇽Miguel Berchelt – was littered with good press, and a new-found respect from pundits who had seen him take a drastic leap in technique in dominating an opponent, and had cemented himself as being an elite fighter when there was a time previous where his reputation jumped out ahead of his talent in a way where it didn’t accurately reflect where he was as an overall fighter. Continue reading “Despite the Controversy, the Fight is Still On, as Oscar Valdez Meets Robson Conceição for Super-Featherweight Title Fight”

Oscar’s Arrival – Oscar Valdez Puts Together Pinnacle Performance of Career to Knockout Miguel Berchelt at the End of the 10th in a Firefight

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 02/20/2021

What an explosive finish to a fight that we all anticipated, and manifested as such. A showcase of true Mexican warriors, it was  🇲🇽Oscar Valdez (29-0-0, 23KO👊) that won the war of attrition over 🇲🇽Miguel “El Alacran” Berchelt (37-2-0, 33KO👊) by a 10th round knockout of savagery, to become the brand new 🟢WBC Super-Featherweight World Titlist, ending Berchelt’s entertaining 6 defense title reign.  As Valdez put forth by far the greatest performance of his career, Berchelt’s health became the focal point, as he was rendered to the canvas in seemingly dire straits. Continue reading “Oscar’s Arrival – Oscar Valdez Puts Together Pinnacle Performance of Career to Knockout Miguel Berchelt at the End of the 10th in a Firefight”

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 🔥”