Oscar Valdez vs Shakur Stevenson: Fight card, Preview, start time, Odds and TV Coverage

Oscar Valdez vs Shakur Stevenson: Fight card, Preview, start time, Odds and TV Coverage

Two of boxing’s most noteworthy contenders will make right this evening for a Junior Lightweight unification match. Oscar Valdez’s WBC Super Featherweight title is facing Shakur Stevenson’s WBO Super Featherweight title, this match will be amazing. Valdez is 30-0 with 23 Knockouts and Stevenson is being named the following Floyd Mayweather Jr. Stevenson has been blaming Valdez for staying away from him saying he climbed a weight class to not battle him. This will be a battle fans will discuss long into the future.

How to watch Oscars Valdez vs Shakur Stevenson

  • Date: April 30
  • Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas
  • Start Time: 10 PM ET
  • TV channel: ESPN

Two Kings One Crown! Might Stevenson at any point demonstrate for the last time that he deserved PPV status battles? Will Valdez get one more knockout? Devotees of boxing GOAT Floyd Mayweather Jr have been applauding Stevenson and are eager to see him take on Mayweather’s style. How about we check whether it will be enough for Stevenson (17-0) to get passed Valdez (30-0) Both warriors tend to win by knockout and Valdez says he’s all set the distance without precedent for his profession. This evening’s battle will air live on ESPN at 10 PM ET from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The battle can likewise be live-spilled on FitePass from anyplace on the planet without a VPN or link membership.

Oscar Valdez vs Shakur Stevenson Preview

Valdez is a demonstrated hero with 30 successes and 23 knockouts this undefeated warrior is going to confront probably his hardest adversary yet, Stevenson. Valdez is new to the weight class something which Stevenson claims Valdez did to try not to battle him. In any case, nobody has beaten Valdez and starting not long ago, he has procured a title belt in his new weight class. Additionally, Stevenson climbed in weight and got his very own title belt. With 17 successes and 9 knockouts, Stevenson is hoping to demonstrate that he is the game’s next genius. Stevenson is an Olympic gold medalist and has a cautious pot shot style made well known by Floyd Mayweather Jr. In a meeting with the New York Post, Stevenson was extremely sure with his possibilities against Valdez. Stevenson told the Post,

He’s an undefeated contender with a belt, I’m coming to take his belt. I couldn’t care less about no 30-0 or no big deal either way. He must figure out my code, I don’t need to decipher his code. I say his code will get broken multiple times.

I’m battling the greatest battles. I want to battle the greatest battles is the manner by which you become that huge hotshot in boxing. That is the best way to turn into the huge whiz in boxing, it’s tied in with battling the greatest and best battles accessible. Also, I’m giving extraordinary exhibitions. I feel like in my keep going battle I put on an incredible show. Come April 30, I will give an extraordinary show as well. That will make me into that world class level star that I need to be.

Fight card, odds
  • Shakur Stevenson (c) -800 vs. Oscar Valdez (c) +550, junior lightweight unification
  • Keyshawn Davis -1300 vs. Esteban Sanchez +800, lightweight
  • Nico Ali Walsh -1500 vs. Alejandro Ibarra +850, middleweight

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