Oscar Valdez has a penchant for tending to alligators and crocodiles. The featherweight standout is more careful with the large reptiles than his opponents in the ring.
On March 25, unbeaten junior welterweight contender Antonio Orozco will return to the ring against an opponent to be determined.
Oscar Valdez represented Mexico in two Olympic Games but the featherweight prospect’s childhood was spent in Tucson, Arizona, where he headlines on Saturday.
In a battle of gatekeepers, Martin Honorio defeated Miguel Angel Huerta by 10-round unanimous decision on Friday at the Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles, Calif.
Diego Magdaleno will challenge WBO lightweight titleholder Terry Flanagan on Oct. 10 in Manchester, England, manager Frank Espinoza told RingTV.com.
Humberto Soto faces Antonio Orozco in the co-featured bout to the Oct. 3 Lucas Matthysse-Viktor Postol main event at StubHub Center in Carson, California.
On Friday night, truTV will broadcast two junior welterweight bouts, headlined by Jose Benavidez Jr. vs. Jorge Paez Jr. on its “MetroPCS Friday Night Knockout” series.
On Dec. 20, undefeated heavyweight hopeful Andy Ruiz Jr. will face his first former major titlist in Sergei Liakhovich in Phoenix, AZ.
There is a strong likelihood that unbeaten featherweight prospect Oscar Valdez could return on an UniMas-televised card on Dec. 20 in Phoenix, Arizona, according to the Mexican Olympian’s manager Frank Espinoza.
Fast-rising prospect Oscar Valdez faces former title challenger Alberto Garza on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The bout precedes the Gilberto Ramirez-Fulgencio Zuniga main event. Both bouts will be televised live on HBO Latino.