Yokasta Valle vs. Anabel Ortiz: Viewing Details & Start Time

11/04/2023 - No comments


Get ready for a thrilling evening on Saturday, November 4th, when Costa Rica’s very own unified IBF and WBO Minimumweight World Champion, Yokasta “Yoka” Valle, squares up to defend her crowns. The spotlight is set on her as she faces Mexico City’s former double champ, Anabel “Avispa” Ortiz. The epic fight will take center stage, broadcasting live from Polideportivo de Cartago in Costa Rica on DAZN’s Golden Boy Fight Night.


Yokasta Valle 104.5 vs. Anabel Ortiz 105
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Jose Alvarado 130.5 vs. Moises Garcia 131
Julio Miranda 114 vs. Dennis Espinoza 115.5
Maricela Cornejo 146.9 vs. Cynthia Lozano 144.9
Joshua Jimenez 128 vs. Nicasio Campos 128.9
Antonio Flores 126 vs. Manuel Gonzalez 126
Merari Vivar 117.3 vs. Grisolda Fabiola Tumax 118

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Yokasta Valle, with a record of 29-2 (9 KOs), isn’t wasting any time. Fresh from securing a unanimous decision win over Maria Santizo just last month, she’s set for another ring showdown. This bout against Ortiz will be Valle’s ninth defense of her IBF title and her third as a unified world champ.

Valle. “Having the chance to defend my titles in Costa Rica, in front of my people, is something special,” expressed Valle. The thought of hearing chants of “Yoka! Yoka!” fuels her spirit even further. And facing a boxer of Ortiz’s caliber? It’s the cherry on top. “Ortiz is an exceptional boxer. A former champ, tons of experience, multiple title defenses, and that burning desire to clinch the title once more. I’ve waited years for this fight. November 4th can’t come soon enough!”

Anabel Ortiz, boasting a 33-5 record with 4 KOs, isn’t a stranger to world titles. She’s successfully defended her WBA World Minimumweight title a whopping 12 times. Her last appearance was in 2022, facing Maria Santizo. “It’s exhilarating to fight in Costa Rica, home to a champ like Valle,” Ortiz shared. “The news of this fight was a delightful surprise. It’s been a year since I’ve stepped into the ring, and what better motivation than a championship bout?”

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