Shakur Stevenson, Oscar Valdez Sign To Fight In Unification Bout

Another showdown has been put in the books for April.

Shakur Stevenson and Oscar Valdez have reportedly signed on for a super featherweight title fight on April 30. TalkSport reported that both parties’ managers confirmed the news, and Top Rank tweeted a photo of both the boxers signing contracts for the fight.

Stevenson, 24, most recently scored a TKO of veteran Jamel Herring for his WBO super featherweight title back in October.

Before that, he was most known for winning a silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro for Team USA.

Valdez, 31, has also become a name in the division. He has been a pro since 2012 and in 30 fights, he’s won in all of them, 23 of those by knockout.

He reached the top of the division in February 2021 with a stunning Round 10 knockout of Miguel Berchelt for the WBC super featherweight title.

The two will fight in a unification battle at a venue yet to be announced.

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