As featherweight world titleholder Oscar Valdez was loaded into an ambulance on Saturday night following his epic slugfest with Scott Quigg, he flashed a big smile and gave a thumbs up to his team.
It will stay that way for the next five or six weeks, Frank Espinoza, Valdez's manager, told ESPN.
Featherweight titleholder Oscar Valdez fought most of his bout against Scott Quigg with a broken jaw.
"Those memorable nights and memorable performances make fans want to see someone come back right away," duBoef said.
Top Rank and Espinoza wanted Quigg to agree to a Saturday morning weight check at which he couldn't weigh more than 136 pounds, but Quigg refused to go along with it.