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2010-02-06 [[Edwin Valero]] w rtd 10 [[Antonio DeMarco]], The Arena, Monterrey, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Laurence Cole. With the damage to his scalp requiring time to properly heal and having to spend some time in a psychiatric hospital, Valero was given the title of ‘champion in recess’ to allow a contest between Humberto Soto and David Diaz to go ahead for the title.  
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2010-02-06 [[Edwin Valero]] w rtd 10 [[Antonio DeMarco]], The Arena, Monterrey, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Laurence Cole.  
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With the damage to his scalp requiring time to properly heal and having to spend some time in a psychiatric hospital, Valero was given the title of ‘champion in recess’ to allow a contest between [[Humberto Soto]] and [[David Diaz]] to go ahead for the title.  
  
 
Valero took his own life on 19 April, having murdered his wife a day earlier.
 
Valero took his own life on 19 April, having murdered his wife a day earlier.

Latest revision as of 09:23, 21 September 2012

2010-02-06 Edwin Valero w rtd 10 Antonio DeMarco, The Arena, Monterrey, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Laurence Cole.

With the damage to his scalp requiring time to properly heal and having to spend some time in a psychiatric hospital, Valero was given the title of ‘champion in recess’ to allow a contest between Humberto Soto and David Diaz to go ahead for the title.

Valero took his own life on 19 April, having murdered his wife a day earlier.