Oscar Valdez was born on December 22, 1990. He is well-known as a boxer. At the 2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships, he and Ukraine's Vasyl Lomachenko participated in the featherweight class. Oscar Valdez is 30 years old. A Mexican boxer who took silver at the Pan American Games in 2011. He also won a bronze medal at the World Championships that same year.
Oscar Valdez started boxing when he was 11 years old. He became interested in this sport when his brother took him to a gym to train with people there. He learned many things from these people and decided to follow in their footsteps. His first coach was an older brother too. After some time, another brother joined the team and they trained together for several months before separating. From then on, Oscar Valdez went his own way.
He made his official debut in 2008 when he competed at the Mexico City Olympic boxing tournament. Although he didn't get past the first round, his performance attracted the attention of major promoters which lead to him signing contracts with one of them - Don King. In 2009, he traveled to India where he fought three matches in three days against local boxers. He came away with two wins and one loss.
In 2010, Oscar Valdez took part in the World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan. He had a perfect 5-0 record before facing Lomachenko for the first time.
Oscar Valdez is well-known for his aggressive fighting style, striking power, and excellent combo punches... Oscar Valdez.
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|Born||22 December 1990 Nogales, Sonora, Mexico|
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He is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has been called "the Latino Michael Jackson". He has sold over 30 million records worldwide.
Oscar René Valdez was born on January 4th, 1990, in Phoenix, Arizona. His parents moved to Los Angeles when he was still very young so he could benefit from the excellent music education there. He began studying piano at the age of five and started taking guitar lessons two years later. His first instrument was actually the bongos!
His musical inspiration comes from many sources including Michael Jackson, Prince, Stevie Wonder, and Mariah Carey. He also loves Mexican folklore such as that of La Llorona and El Quetzalcoatl.
Oscar Valdez started writing songs at the age of eight and has never stopped since then. He wrote his first song titled "Chica Mexicano" (Mexican Girl) which he recorded himself playing every single instrument except for the drums. That same year, he released his first album titled "O: The Story Of My Life" on iTunes.
The next year, Valdez got another fight against Corben Page, which he won in the second round. Oscar Valdez's net worth was estimated to be $3.5 million in December 2019.
|Career Earnings Oscar Valdez in Boxing||Opponents||Evgeny Gradovich|
Valdez defended his NABF Junior Super Featherweight championship against Mexican boxer Alberto Garza in November at the Alamadome (26-8-1, 21 KOs). Valdez successfully defended his championship with a technical knockout in round 7. Valdez made his HBO debut in this bout. Valdez fought five more times between the end of 2014 and December 2015. He lost two fights by TKO and one by decision.
Alberto Garza fought from 1997 to 2000, when he took a break from boxing due to personal issues. When he returned in 2005, he moved up to Light Heavyweight and became a contender for the title. In 2007, he fought George Foreman Jr. for the WBA title but was defeated by a 12-round decision. After losing that fight, Garza decided to stay at Light Heavyweight and look for another challenge. In 2011, he fought Victor Ortiz for the WBO title but was again defeated by a 12-round decision. Since then, Garza has been working as a coach at his gym in Mexico City.
Valdez won his first six fights by either KO or TKO. He fought only once in 2013 and twice in 2014 before taking a break from boxing in December 2014. When he returned in April 2015, he lost an exciting 10-round majority decision to former champion Jesus Cuellar. After the loss to Cuellar, Valdez decided not to continue fighting and instead work on becoming a trainer.
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He was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 1st round (7th pick) of the 1992 amateur draft. He played only one season in Major League Baseball, but did play in the All-Star Game. For his career, he had a 16-14 record with 103 strikeouts in 263 innings pitched.
Valdez started his major league career on August 5, 1994, when he made his debut against the Houston Astros at Qualcomm Stadium. He gave up four runs (three earned) in five innings pitched with no decisions. The Padres lost that game 4-4. His final appearance of the season came two days later in Colorado where he lasted only one inning while giving up three runs (two earned). He finished the year with a 0-1 record and a 7.12 ERA. In 1995, he started six games for the Padres but only completed three of them due to injuries. He finished the season with a 3-3 record and a 6.75 ERA.
In 1996, Valdez stayed healthy all season long and made 28 appearances, finishing with a 3-1 record and a 2.95 ERA.
"Super featherweight" featherweight Division/Oscar Valdez at 52kg (114lb).
Valdez made his professional debut on January 19, 2008. He has won his last three fights by knockout. His most recent victory was a first-round stoppage win over Jose Pedraza on July 28, 2015.
Valdez has never been past the third round of any fight he has been in. He is 1-1-1 in his career against Mexican fighters. His only loss came to former world champion Humberto Soto in 2013.
Valdez is from Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico but lives and trains in Tijuana, Baja California. He has good skills but is very aggressive and loves to take risks which has got him into many fights he shouldn't have been in. He has a record of 9-3-1 with all of his losses coming by decision.
This will be Oscar Valdez's first fight at super featherweight. He previously fought at lightweight where he had a record of 4-4-1.
Ryan Garcia, a 21-year-old boxer from the United States, rose to prominence after defeating Romero Duno and Jose Lopez. Garcia made his professional boxing debut in 2016 after defeating Mexican Edgar Meza. After securing a multi-year contract with Golden Boy Promotions, his earnings in boxing skyrocketed. He is now ranked number one by the WBO for his weight class.
Garcia started boxing at the age of 11 years old. His father turned him onto this sport because it helped keep him out of trouble. When he was 15 years old, Garcia began training daily under Cuban coach Osiel Rodriguez. He also worked with other prominent coaches including Richie Giampa, Mike Perez, and John David Jackson.
During his amateur career, Garcia won 26 fights out of 27 bouts. He only lost to future world champion Juan Francisco Estrada. After turning pro in 2016, Garcia has already secured several victories including two wins by knockout. His current record is 20-1.
Garcia plans to continue fighting until he gets into some sort of trouble. He said in an interview that he wants to become a world champion by ending up in the top 10 of the world rankings. He also wants to help bring attention to boxing who is often seen as a poor relation to MMA inside the United States.