This weekend, boxing fans will be able to witness a real war between proud and ultra determined Mexicans Miguel Berchelt, who is the WBC super featherweight champion and challenger Oscar Valdez.
A contest that they and we hope lives up to brilliance and tenacity of Márquez vs. Barrera, Morales vs. Barrera, Zarate vs. Zamora, Zarate vs. Pintor, Vázquez vs. Márquez, among many other Mexican marvels.
The duel between the WBC super featherweight champion, Miguel Berchelt and the undefeated challenger, Oscar Valdez, promises to develop into the highlight fight of the year and consequently, open the door to a rematch and even a trilogy.
At the end of the day, the opinion of experts, fans and colleagues, will not enter the ring and it will be these heroes themselves who are in charge of realizing strategy plus fulfilling destiny. But here we have some thought of boxing people on this whipped cream topped topic.
Carl Frampton: It’s a fight I’m really looking forward to watch. Berchelt is the best in this division, and he has successfully defended his crown several times. Valdez was a great featherweight and now he is in #TeamCanelo. Valdez had a bit of a bad time against López and that’s what defines my opinion. I think Berchelt will be very big for him, I think it will be a great fight: the best between Mexicans since Barrera vs Morales.
Andre Ward: On the paper, you have to favor Miguel Berchelt based on his recent performances. But I don’t consider myself ready to discredit Valdez’s opportunities. I’ve been in the game long enough to know that someone who has that kind of pedigree can beat whoever he faces.
Timothy Bradley: When you have two Mexican warriors you can expect great things, and they are both true warriors. Valdez will enter the ring with the most dangerous fighter in the division. I think Valdez will have big problems against Berchelt.
Leo Santa Cruz: It’s a very good fight, Berchelt has a lot of power, but Valdez is also very strong. The fight will go to the one who comes best prepared and has the best defense, to the one who is more careful. The fight can go anywhere.
Robert Garcia: Ohhhh… this is a great fight. A very even fight. We have several fighters in the early card and regularly as soon as my fighters finish, we return home immediately, but this time I think I will not. Oh, this is a fight I really want to see. It’s like watching Barrera vs. Morales all over again.
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