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'''Trainer:''' [[Hilario Jimenez]]<br>
'''Trainer:''' [[Hilario Jimenez]]<br>
Revision as of 20:42, 16 March 2013
Name: Oscar Valdez
Birth Name: Óscar Rafael Valdez Fierro
Born: 1990-12-22 (Age:22)
Birthplace: Nogales, Sonora, Mexico
Hometown: Nogales, Sonora, Mexico
Height: 5′ 5½″ / 166cm
Reach: 66″ / 168cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainer: Hilario Jimenez
Represented Mexico at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, boxing as a Bantamweight (54 kg).
- Round 1/16 - Lost to Enkhbat Badar-Uugan (Mongolia) 4-15
Represented Mexico at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain, boxing as a Bantamweight (56 kg).
- Round 1/16 - Defeated Shiva Thapa (India) 14-9
- Round 1/8 - Defeated Anvar Yunusov (Tajikistan) 13-7
- Quarterfinal - Lost to John Joe Nevin (Ireland) 13-19
Other amateur achievements
- 2008 Silver Medalist at the 1st America´s Olympic Qualifier in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, boxing as a bantamweight (54 kg).
- Defeated John Wampash (Ecuador) 16-13
- Defeated James Dean Pereira (Brazil) 14-12
- Lost to Yankiel Leon (Cuba) 5-14
- 2008 Gold Medalist at the AIBA World Youth Championships (17-18 year olds), in Guadalajara, Mexico, boxing as a featherweight (57 kg):
- Round 1/16 - Defeated Cobia Breedy (Barbados) RSC 2
- Round 1/8 - Defeated Berik Koitayev (Kazakstan) 19-4
- Quarterfinal - Defeated Fazliddin Gaibnazarov (Uzbekistan) 13-1
- Semifinal - Defeated Oleg Scheffer (Ukraine) RSCH 1
- Final - Defeated Maxim Dadashev (Russia) 12-0
- 2009 Silver Medalist at the Pan American Boxing Championships in Mexico City, boxing as a featherweight (57 kg).
- Defeated Cesar Villarraga (Colombia) 6-4
- Defeated Jorge Maysonet Jr. (Puerto Rico) 8-3
- Lost to Robson Conceicao (Brazil) 5-6
- 2009 Bronze Medalist at the AIBA World Championships, in Milan, Italy, boxing as a featherweight (57 kg):
- Round 1/32 - Defeated Clive Atwell (Guyana) 14-3
- Round 1/16 - Defeated David Oliver Joyce (Ireland) 16-11
- Round 1/8 - Defeated Ju Min Jae (South Korea) 9-6
- Quarterfinal - Defeated Azat Hovhannesyan (Armenia) 14-9
- Semifinal - Lost to Vasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine) 1-12
- 2009 Gold Medalist at the AIBA President´s Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan, boxing as a featherweight (57 kg).
- Defeated Jean John Colin (Mauritius) KO 1
- Defeated Elshan Ismailov (Azerbaijan) 6-2
- Defeated Dmitriy Polyansky (Russia) 7-2
- 2010 Silver Medalist at the Pan American Boxing Championships in Quito, Ecuador, boxing as a featherweight (57 kg).
- Defeated Juan Reyes (Guatemala) 14-4
- Defeated Braulio Santos (Puerto Rico) 10-0
- Lost to Roberto Navarro (Dominican Republic) 8-9
- 2010 Gold Medalist at the Central American & Caribbean Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, boxing as a featherweight (57 kg).
- Defeated Angel Rodriguez (Venezuela) 6-2
- Defeated Roberto Navarro (Dominican Republic) 4-3
- Defeated Juan Reyes (Guatemala) 15-4
- 2011 Participated at the AIBA World Championships, in Baku, Azerbaijan, boxing as a bantamweight (56 kg):
- Round 1/16 - Defeated Dmitriy Zhukov (Belarus) RSC 3
- Round 1/8 - Lost to Joseph Diaz (United States) 21-22
- 2011 Silver Medalist at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, boxing as a bantamweight (56 kg).
- Quarterfinal - Defeated Luis Porozo (Ecuador) 22-8
- Semifinal - Defeated Robenilson de Jesus Vieira (Brazil) 23-10
- Final - Lost to Lazaro Alvarez (Cuba) 15-19
- 2012 Gold Medalist at the America´s Olympic Qualifier in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, boxing as a bantamweight (56 kg).
- Defeated Jose Diaz (Venezuela) 18-8
- Defeated Oscar Negrete (Colombia) 15-9
- Defeated Julio Cortez (Ecuador) 23-9
- Defeated Robenilson de Jesus Vieira (Brazil) 9-8
- Defeated Alberto Melian (Argentina) 29-11
World Series of Boxing Highlights
2010-2011 Season boxing for the Mexico City Guerreros
- Defeated Leonid Malkov (Ukraine) of Miami Gallos by points, lightweights