We go to the championship rounds. Can Oscar Valdez retain his belt? Does Genesis Servania have enough in the tank to continue push forward and finish strong?
Round 10: Valdez round. Just keeps firing punches, Servania not throwing enough. Helluva fight though. 97-91 Valdez.
Round 9: Solid round for Valdez. 10-9. Been a really good fight. 87-82 Valdez.
After seven rounds, Dan Rafael has Oscar Valdez ahead of Genesis Servania in his scorecard 67-64 while ESPN boxing commentator Teddy Atlas see the fight a little closer, 66-65 for Valdez. Photo provided by Mikey Williams/Top Rank.
Round 8: Valdez's round 10-9. He's just way more active and landing more. Servania has landed some good shots but not enough to win some of these rounds.
Round 7: Very good fight here. Valdez gets the round 10-9 and I have him up 67-64.
Round 6: Very good round for Servania. 10-9. Exciting fight! Valdez up 57-55 on my card.
This is becoming a classic between featherweight world titlist Oscar Valdez and Genesis Servania. Valdez was down in Round 4 and Servania in Round 5. We are on the sixth. Photo provided by Mikey Williams/Top Rank.
Round 5: Great fifth round! Valdez scored a clean knockdown on a left. Servania took shots. Great action! 10-8 Valdez
Round 4: Servania scores a flash knockdown, 10-8 round.
Round 3: Valdez's round 10-9. His left hooks are audible at ringside. Landing a lot of them to the body. Servania is taking them for now. 30-27 Valdez
Round 2: Good round for Valdez. Shoots a great left hand and hook. 10-9.
Round 1: Valdez attacking Servania with the left hand. Servania did nothing. 10-9 Valdez
Here we go. Valdez-Servania has begun.
Valdez lived in Tucson when he was a child and got big cheers from the crowd. Still has a lot of family and friends who live here. The fighters are in the ring. Fight is live on ESPN.
Great Top Rank highlight video now playing in the arena.
Featherweight titleholder Oscar Valdez has some power in his hands. Valdez, 22-0 (19 KO) is making the third defense of his WBO belt. He has scored 5 KOs in the last six fights. Valdez lands 22.9 punches per round, five more than the featherweight average, according to CompuBox. Photo provided by Mikey Williams/Top Rank.
Next up is the main event, featherweight world titleholder Oscar Valdez vs. Genesis Servania. Somebody's 0 has got to go!
A few things you should know about featherweight world titlist Oscar Valdez's opponent tonight, Genesis Servania: He's 29-0 (12 KO) and is fighting in his first world title bout. This is also Servania's first fight in the U.S. According to Compubox, Servania, of Philippines, has landed 43.4% of power punches in his last 2 fights.
We go to the cards for Ramirez-Hart: 115-112, 115-112, 114-113 all for Ramirez, who retains his super middleweight title. I thought it was much wider.
Though he showed the heart and fortitude synonymous with Philadelphia fighters, Jesse Hart couldn't withstand the constant barrage of power of Gilberto Ramirez. Ramirez wins via unanimous decision. What a fight!
Round 12: Hart went for the KO in the action-packed final round and wins the round! But Ramirez wins the fight on my card, 117-110. Really good fight.
Round 11: Hart wins the 11th! 10-9. But needs a KO in the 12th to win on my card. 108-100 Ramirez.
Featherweight world titleholder Oscar Valdez gets his hands wrapped for his fight against Genesis Servania at the Tucson Arena in Tucson, Arizona on Friday. Photo provided by Mikey Williams/Top Rank.
Round 10: Another Ramirez round. Hart is taking a beating. Ramirez 99-90
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