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Two-time former Olympian, Oscar Valdez, won his second professional fight last Friday against Corbin Page (4-4-1) at the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas. “I went into the ring and gave my best. That’s what I always do,” stated Valdez after scoring a second round stoppage over his opponent. “I fight with the heart and spirit of a warrior. That’s the only way I know how to fight.” Valdez’s record now stands at 2-0, 2 KOs. “He’s displaying power, speed and looking sensational. I’m very happy with his progress,” said manager Frank Espinoza who signed 21 year old Valdez out of the Olympics. “He’s been getting a lot of media attention and developing quite a following in the U.S. and Mexico. I’m excited about Oscar’s future.” Valdez, who is promoted by Top Rank, looks to have a very busy 2013 planned. “He’ll fight at least five or six times,” continued Espinoza. “I know it’s early in his career, but I believe Oscar’s the real deal. Watching him develop in the next few years will be something special.”