Edwin Valero Boxing Dvd Career Set

Edwin Valero Boxing Dvd Career Set

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Name: Edwin Edwin Valero
Alias: El Inca / Dinamita
Born: 1981-12-03
Birthplace: Merida, Venezuela
Died: 2010-04-19 (Age:28)
Nationality: Venezuela
Hometown: Merida, Venezuela
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 5′ 6″   /   168cm
Reach: 69″   /   175cm
won 27 Boxing Fights (KO 27) + lost 0 Boxing Fights (KO 0) 100%

History of Edwin Valero Boxing Career

Just like all other gifted and legendary athletes in the sports industry or any field, Edwin Edwin Valero  started his amateur career at a very young age of twelve. On his youngster years he is already a Venezuelan amateur champion in his country for three years. He also beaten Francisco “Panchito” Bojado and made him the Central and South American champion. Edwin Edwin Valero supposedly compiled an amateur boxing record of 86 wins and only 6 losses with 57 knockouts.Edwin Edwin Valero ’s amateur record would later prove to be a hopeful threat in the boxing world as he scored 24 straight consecutive wins in his professional boxing record 19 of which all in round 1.The very first 1st-round knockout winning streak was held by Young Otto in 1905 by winning his first 15 Boxing Fights all in round one. Edwin Edwin Valero won 18 of his first fights by round one knockout in his professional career, therefore setting a new world record for round one boxing knockout winning streaks. It was February 25, 2006 when he set this new world record. However this amazing record was broken by Tyrone Brunson who also had 18 first round knockouts. Edwin Valero  almost won his 19th match by round 1 however Genaro Tzancos survive until the second round in their match last March 25, 2006 and therefore breaking the round 1 knockout winning rage.Edwin Edwin Valero won the WBA super featherweight title when he crushed Vicente Mosquera by tenth-round TKO last August 5, 2006.  After making four successfully world title defenses, Edwin Valero  vacated the WBA title which has since been acquired by Jorge Linares and made the move to the lightweight division to challenge Antonio Pitalua for the WBC belt vacated by Manny Pacquiao. After destroying Pitalua inside two rounds on April 4, 2009: Edwin Edwin Valero was the new WBC lightweight champion.On February 6, 2010 in his most sterling performance and also his first fight shown on US television. Edwin Valero  showed he was everything but one-dimensional as he outfought and, somewhat outrageously, outboxed the tentative and outclassed Antonio DeMarco while controlling all the rounds in a one-sided battle of southpaws.On 18 April 2010 Edwin Valero was arrested after police found the body of his 24-year-old wife in a hotel in the city of Valencia, Carabobo. Edwin Valero was considered a suspect and was taken to jail. Edwin Valero supposedly admitted to hotel security that he had murdered his wife. The following day he was found dead in his prison cell at 1:30 AM, having hanged himself using pieces of his own clothing.During his short but remarkable career in the ring he carved out a fearsome reputation as a phenomenal puncher, as well as a ruthless finisher. Edwin Valero’s fame quickly extended beyond his native Venezuela when he set a record by winning his first 18 Boxing fights by first-round knockouts. But outside the ring he was a troubled man dealing with addiction and violence.

Edwin Valero  TKO 1 Danny Sandoval I
Edwin Valero  KO 1 Danny Sandoval II
Edwin Valero  KO 1 Aram Ramazyan
Edwin Valero  TKO 1 Hernan Abraham Valenzuela
Edwin Valero  TKO 1 Angel Alirio Rivero
Edwin Valero  KO 1 Julio Pineda
Edwin Valero TKO 1 Hero Bando
Edwin Valero TKO 2 Genaro Trazancos
Edwin Valero TKO 10 Vicente Mosquera
Edwin Valero  TKO 3 Zaid Zavaleta
Edwin Valero  TKO 1 Michael Lazoda
Edwin Valero  KO 1 Jose Hernandez
Edwin Valero  TKO 7 Takehiro Shimada
Edwin Valero vs Hozumi Hasegawa  TKO 2 Gerardo Martinez
Edwin Valero TKO 2 Gerardo Martinez
Edwin Valero TKO 8 Nobuhito Honmo
Edwin Valero TKO 2 Antonio Pitalua
Edwin Valero TKO 9 Antonio DeMarco


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    Great set !!! RIP Valero. Valero would have beaten manny pacquiao

    This is a great DVD set of one of the hardest punchers of all time P4P. The footage of the fights is great and the documentry is very insightful. Edwin Valero would of whooped Pacquiao. I highly recommend this DVD set.
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