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Emanuel Navarrete put together a sensational performance to retain his WBO super featherweight title with a unanimous decision over Oscar Valdez in a fantastic showdown of Mexican warriors.
In front of a rabid base of 10,246 fans at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona, Navarrete (38-1, 31 KOs) used a relentless offense with awkward angles and punches to prevent the pedigree of Valdez from having a true presence in the fight.
Expected to be a “Fight of the Year” candidate, it delivered despite the scorecards of 119-109, 118-110, and 116-112, suggesting Navarrete ran away with the fight. It was a battle of guts and instinct between a pair of champions who refused to back down.
The fight was positioned as a potential spiritual successor to the legendary rivalry between Erik Morales and Marco Antonio Barrera. Although it didn’t reach those inexplicable highs, it certainly entertained as Navarrete had to overcome an injured right hand. Valdez tried to overcome a damaged right eye that rapidly closed shut.
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Navarrete got off to an uncharacteristically fast start and rocked Valdez with a combination late in the first round. The high pace set early never let up as “Cowboy” launched punches at a ridiculously high frequency that kept Valdez from gaining any true momentum.
Navarrete continued the combination punching and activity in the third and again stunned Valdez as it appeared that he would dominate the fight. However, Valdez began to find a home for his left hook in the fifth round and battled back.
But Navarrete never showed any signs of slowing down despite an injured hand, forcing Valdez to dig deep.
Valdez (31-2, 23 KOs) came on strong in the 9th round and landed heavy hooks, but he simply couldn’t match the output of Navarrete. An incredible 10th round saw both land power shots at a high rate as the fans in the arena rose to their feet. But, in the end, it was Navarrete’s night as he continues to roll as the champion.
Navarrete landed 216 of a ridiculous 1038 punches, while Valdez landed 140 of only 436 shots. The numbers speak for themselves.
As entertaining as it was, there could certainly be a rematch down the line, and nobody would complain as this was as good as it gets.
“I think the people are the best witnesses to what they saw,” Navarrete said. “They saw the fight tonight. I was here fighting with Valdez. And I feel good. Thank God I won. I appreciate what he did in the ring. He is a Mexican warrior. If people want a rematch, they will demand it.”
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