Chris Colbert Refuses To Give Rayo Valenzuela A Rematch-‘F**k, No, A Sore Loser’

Chris Colbert has refused to have a rematch with Rayo Valenzuela, going so far as to refer to him as a ‘sore loser.’

Colbert, a former WBA interim super featherweight champion, won a close 10-round unanimous decision against Valenzuela.

He faced difficulties in the beginning and was knocked down in the first round. However, he regained his composure and dominated the second half of the match with his boxing skills.

In the last few seconds of the tenth round, Rayo almost knocked out Colbert, but the time ran out. After the match, Rayo was unhappy about the defeat.

After all, it was his second consecutive loss, and it raised questions about his future in boxing. And yet, Rayo was convinced that he came out victorious.

“I beat him. I want to thank everyone who came out here to support me. I thought I won. I was hitting him with the harder shots. I dropped him. I dominated,” Rayo.

Those comments did not go down well with Colbert, who felt that it was a case of sour grapes on Valenzuela’s part.

“F**k, no. He shouldn’t have been a sore loser. If he would have taken the loss like a man, I would have given him a rematch. Like I took my loss when I lost.

“I would have given him a rematch, but he was being a sore loser, so now he ain’t getting nothing. I’m very convinced, and I said it. He ain’t getting a rematch because he’s a sore loser,” Colbert.

With no rematch potentially on the horizon, Valenzuela faces question marks over his future moving forward.


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