ESPN Weigh In results: Wilson vs Valdez & Estrada vs Valle

03/29/2024 - No comments
  • Date: Friday, March 29
  • Start Time: 9 PM EST / 2 AM UK Time (Saturday, March 30)
  • Streaming Details: Live exclusively on ESPN+ in the U.S.
  • Venue: Desert Diamond Arena, Glendale, Arizona

Oscar Valdez and Liam Wilson clashing for the vacant WBO Interim Junior Lightweight World Title. Both fighters weighed in close, with Valdez at 129.7 lbs and Wilson at 129.6 lbs, setting the stage for a 12-round battle.

The card is stacked with talent from top to bottom. In a historic fight, Seniesa Estrada and Yokasta Valle will compete for the Undisputed Minimumweight World Championship over 10 rounds, with both fighters coming in just over the 104 lb mark.

Raymond Muratalla and Xolisani Ndongeni are matched evenly in the Junior Welterweight division for a 10-round bout, both tipping the scales at 137.1 lbs. Lindolfo Delgado and Carlos Sanchez are also set to deliver an intense Junior Welterweight fight over 10 rounds, with Delgado slightly heavier at 140.7 lbs to Sanchez’s 140.4 lbs.

The heavyweight scene will see Richard Torrez Jr. face off against Don Haynesworth in an 8-round bout, with a significant weight difference between the two fighters. Middleweight and Lightweight bouts will add to the night’s excitement, with Sergio Rodriguez vs. Sanny Duversonne, Emiliano Fernando Vargas vs. Nelson Hampton, and Alan Garcia vs. Gonzalo Fuenzalida among the highlights.

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Rounding out the event are Art Barrera Jr. vs. Keven Soto in a 4-round Junior Welterweight fight and Ricardo Ruvalcaba vs. Avner Hernandez Molina in a 6-round battle in the same division.

Liam Wilson is set to carve his name into the ranks of the elite in the junior lightweight division.

This Aussie, once in the running for a world title, is gearing up to challenge the seasoned Oscar Valdez, a champ across two divisions, in a gripping 12-round bout this Friday at Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona.

Adding to the excitement, Seniesa Estrada, holding titles from WBC, WBA, and Ring Magazine, and Yokasta Valle, the WBO and IBF champion, are on a collision course in a clash that’s got fans buzzing for the undisputed minimumweight title.

The double-header featuring Valdez vs Wilson and Estrada vs Valle is set to electrify fans, streaming directly to your screens on ESPN+.

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Wilson, with a record of 13-2 and 7 KOs, ventured into the U.S. ring with a bang, nearly toppling Emanuel Navarrete in a fierce fight for the WBO junior lightweight title at this very venue last year. Despite a setback in the ninth round, Wilson’s comeback trail includes victories over formidable opponents, showcasing his resilience and skill. Valdez, on the other hand, a proud two-time Olympian for Mexico, is bouncing back from a loss, eager to reaffirm his dominance in the ring.

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In the heat of training in Nevada, Wilson shared his thoughts:

“Since clashing with Navarrete, I’ve stepped back into the ring twice, honing my craft, feeling more ready than ever. Returning to a familiar battleground, the anticipation is high. The fight on March 29 isn’t just another bout; it’s a chance to prove my mettle.”

“Valdez is on a mission to reclaim his glory, to show the world he’s still championship material. Predicting his strategy is tough; he’s as versatile as they come, a testament to his champion status across divisions.”

“Valdez’s approach might be up in the air – sometimes he’s all about the brawl, other times he’s ducking and weaving. Whatever he brings, I’m geared up for it, ready to stick to my plan but prepared to dive into the fray if that’s where the fight goes.”

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