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Beyond title defense, Oscar Valdez aspires to fight PBC's best featherweights

Oscar Valdez saw that this newspaper ranked him No. 2 behind Japan’s unbeaten super-flyweight world champion Naoya Inoue in a list of the best boxers ages 25 and younger last week. “I always think I should be No. 1,” said Valdez, 25, the former Olympic boxer from Mexico who now lives and trains...
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