Óscar Valdez vs. Shakur Stevenson: Date, Odds, Stats, Prediction

In a unification world title fight, Óscar Valdez and Shakur Stevenson (Sugar) put their belts on the line. Valdez brings the WBC belt. Stevenson brings the WBO belt. The winner also wins the vacant The Ring title. Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

31
Nov 3, 2012
30-0
180
76.7%
168 cm
168 cm
0 cm
Orthodox
Óscar Valdez Jr.
232 days
30
Age
Debut
Record
Rounds
KOpct
Height
Reach
apeIndex
Stance
Lay Off
winStreak
24
Apr 22, 2017
17-0
103
52.9%
170 cm
173 cm
3 cm
Southpaw
Óscar Valdez Jr.
189 days
17
WBCWBO
sFT
w1
d1
FT
w1
d6
WBO
sFT
w1
d0
FT
w1
d0
super-featherweight
Saturday, 30 Apr 2022
MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
v0.1.3-beta 2022-10-07
Óscar Valdez vs. Shakur Stevenson, Apr 30, 2022

Valdez vs. Stevenson Date

This super-featherweight world title fight between Óscar Valdez and Shakur Stevenson took place on at MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S..

Valdez was coming off a 12 round UD win against Robson Conceição on 10 September, 2021. On the day of this fight, he was 31 years and 4 months old with a record of 30-0 (23 KO).

Stevenson was coming off a 10 round TKO win against Jamel Herring on 23 October, 2021. He was 24 years and 10 months old with a record of 17-0 (9 KO) on the day of the fight.

Valdez vs. Stevenson Stats

Óscar Valdez is 168 cm tall with a reach of 168 cm. He fights out of the orthodox stance and has an ape-index of 0. He has a 76.7% KO rate.

Shakur Stevenson is 170 cm tall with a reach of 173 cm. He fights out of the southpaw stance and has an ape-index of 3 cm. He has a 52.9% KO rate.

Valdez vs. Stevenson Odds

The winning odds is 62-38 in favor of Óscar Valdez. Based on these numbers, our AI makes the following prediction.

It is going to be hard for Shakur Stevenson to win this one. Óscar Valdez is the likely winner of the fight.

Valdez vs. Stevenson Result

Shakur Stevenson deafeated Óscar Valdez via 12 round UD. Valdez' undefeated record of 30 wins comes to an end, and Stevenson advances his win streak to 18. Stevenson is now 18-0, and Valdez 30-1.

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