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On a rain-soaked night in Carson, California, Oscar Valdez proved he is a real force in an excellent featherweight division as he overcame not just a super tough gallant effort from England’s Scott Quigg but a sizeable weight disadvantage also.

Disappointing from Quigg and trainer Freddie Roach to fail the weight by almost 3lbs at the official weigh-in, then he came into the fight in the welterweight limit at 142lbs, and to be honest, that’s dangerous. Boxing is a tough physically demanding sport and at the very highest level a 7lb advantage on fight night is unacceptable.

— Scott Quigg (@scottquigg) March 11, 2018

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