The Puerto Rican Christopher “Smurf” Díaz will be the next rival of the Mexican, Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete, featherweight world champion OMB, as reported Salvador Rodriguez from ESPN.
“The Mexican Emanuel ‘Vaquero’ Navarrete He already has a date and rival to defend for the first time the Featherweight championship of the World Boxing Organization. It’s about the Puerto Rican Christopher ‘Smurf’ Diaz for next April 24, they informed ESPN KNOCKOUT sources close to the fighters ”, reported Rodriguez.
The confrontation between Navarrete cowboy and the Diaz Smurf it is a fight that promises emotions. And also, it will be a new edition of the legendary rivalry between Mexico and Puerto Rico.
It will be the first exhibition of the featherweight world title that Navarrete will beat Ruben Villa last October 9 in Las Vegas. Before, Navarrete had been super bantamweight champion of the OMB, a scepter from which he made five successful defenses, winning them all by knockout.
Currently, the native of the State of Mexico marches with a record of 32 wins, 1 loss and 27 knockouts.
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‘Vaquero’ Navarrete will defend the WBO feather championship against ‘Pitufo’ Díaz on April 24https: //t.co/kg54jRpo2o
– Salvador Rodriguez (@ChavaESPN) February 9, 2021