Valdez hasn't had a stoppage in 2 years, his power hasn't carried to world level, Warrington will take his punches outwork and maybe even stop him late.Valdez isn't special. If Warrington can start at a fast pace and keep it at close quarters, I think he'll win the majority of the rounds. The only thing that would stop him being able to do that is Valdez's power, but Warrington looks like he has a decent beard on him so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.
Yes Warrington couldn’t land a punch on Galahad and didn’t know how to deal with the southpaw stance. He’s got serious flaws that were exposed last night. I’m of the opinion now that Frampton and Selby took him lightly and paid the price. I think he gets beat fighting one of the other champions. I think he has more of a chance against Valdez and Santa Cruz. Gary Russell would stand him on his head.anybody changed their thoughts on this fight after lastnights performance?