After a crushing defeat to Oscar Valdez on Saturday night, Miguel Berchelt no longer won the WBC Junior Lightweight Championship, but the good news is that the 29-year-old Mexican fighter said his fight After the exam is not bad, he will return to the ring.
“I want to tell you that I am fine, thank God, my exam is going well,” Bechert said in a press release. “That’s not my night. There is no doubt that it hurts my soul deeply, but it is the case. You have won and lost. This is not the first time I have lost. I promise I will become stronger.”
“I want to thank Oscar Valdez for all his work. We Mexicans are fighters and we started the war. There is no doubt that this is a night I will never forget. You can be sure that I will tirelessly Work hard and become a world champion again.”
Bechert (37-2, 33 KO) had some trouble breaking the 130-pound limit on Friday, and had more trouble dealing with Valdez (29-0, 23 KO) on Saturday. How troublesome. He suffered a terrible beating in the battle and saw him brutally eliminated at the end of the 10th round, but even after several serious injuries, he came forward in the fourth and ninth rounds. fall.
Berchelt has not said that he will have to consider moving forward, but, of course, at least without Valdez’s rematch, he is likely to switch to lightweight. The initiator, Bob Arum, did not deny the idea, but there is already some real enthusiasm behind Valdez-including Arum who has expressed a keen interest rather than Next face Shakur Stevenson (Shakur Stevenson).