Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt Y Oscar Valdez passed the weigh-in without problems in the face of their fight, in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, this Saturday, February 20, for the super featherweight title of CMB.
At the weigh-in, Oscar Valdez marked the exact limit of 130 pounds, while Berchelt stopped the scale at the same weight.
⚖️ Both 130 lbs.
💪 Both absolutely shredded.
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– Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) February 19, 2021
They were both in great physical condition and had no problem scoring the 130-pound championship weight.
After they met the weight, the two performed the traditional face to face as the photograph sporting the physique for this contest, although a considerable distance as part of the measures taken by COVID-19.
“I felt great, I’m ready, ready for a war this Saturday,” he shared. Berchelt in interview with ESPN. “I don’t know how much I am going to bounce (in weight), but enough for the victory. I don’t feel like a favorite, I’m going to make my job look, my preparation with my coach Jose Alfredo Caballero”.
“My mind, I am 100% prepared for this,” he replied. Valdez for ESPN. “I can’t wait to win the title. I have been tested, I have fought with a broken rib, with the jawbone and I always came out ahead ”.
Berchelt won his last fight a little over a year and a half ago when in November 2019 he knocked out Jason Anthony Sosa at Dignity Health Sports Park of Carson, California.
For its part, Oscar Valdez comes after a pair of featherweight knockout wins at Las Vegas. The first against Adam Lopez in November 2019 and the second against the Puerto Rican Jayson Velez in July 2020.
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