Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Oscar Valdez
Featherweight prospect Oscar Valdez tells us about his career as a pro boxer

Oscar Valdez vs Cristian Barajas Pelea Nocaut Ultimo Round Entrevista

Abner Mares: Pre-Fight
Trainer talks Abner Mares next fight

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Trust is earned,Respect is give and Loyalty is demonstrated.Betrayal of any one of those is to lose all three

Mares to pursue Ponce de Leon?

Having vacated his WBC junior featherweight belt in order to fight as a featherweight, Abner Mares could be a consideration for WBC 126-pound titleholder, Daniel Ponce de Leon, of Mexico, should Ponce de Leon get beyond unbeaten Puerto Rican prospect Jayson Velez on March 2.

Golden Boy offers $3M for fight

Junior featherweight titleholders Nonito Donaire and Abner Mares repeatedly have said they want to face each other in what would be one of boxing's biggest fights, but the match has gone unmade because their promoters -- Top Rank and Golden Boy -- are bitter rivals that won't do business with each other.

Insider Notebook: Donaire-Mares Stalled, Valdez, More

Super bantamweight champions Nonito Donaire and Abner Mares have made no bones about wanting to fight each other

Abner Mares Vacating The WBC Title, Heading Up To 126

WBC super bantamweight champion Abner Mares (25-0-1, 13KOs) is vacating his title and moving up in weight to the featherweight division. Mares' decision comes on the eve of the WBC's order to face mandatory challenger Victor "Viking" Terrazas (36-2-1, 21KOs). A purse bid was scheduled for this coming Friday.

A Thaw?

Bob Arum has stated that WBO junior featherweight champion Nonito Donaire will return to the ring April 13th on HBO. In published reports, the veteran promoter has thrown out WBC 122-pound titlist Abner Mares as a possibility. As you know by now, these talented fighters in the thick of their physical primes and earning potential are promoted respectively by Top Rank and Golden Boy, who get along as well as the Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill.

Espinoza Sr: Donaire vs Mares makes more sense than Donaire vs. Rigondeux

Even though manager Frank Espinoza spent the holidays away with his family, he continuously kept up with the world of boxing and its many developments. 

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