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Thomas Patrick Ward is gunning for Emanuel Navarrete

Thomas Patrick Ward seeks to position himself for a shot at dangerous champion Navarrete when he fights Edy Valencia on Saturday in Newcastle. THOMAS PATRICK WARD has spent a plenty of time riding high in the world rankings. But he’s been waiting for his chance to come. The wait will likely continue. He is number three with the WBO for their super-bantamweight belt. But Stephen Fulton is due to box Brandon Figueroa for three of the four major belts including that strap. Michael Conlan is ahead of Ward in the queue for the WBO. So the man from West Rainton will hold the weight no longer. He is moving up to featherweight to pursue a major title and a big fight there. The first stop is Edy Valencia at 128lbs on Saturday (June 12) at the Eagles Community Arena in Newcastle.
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Emanuel Navarrete vs. Joet Gonzalez Showdown in The Works

Plans are in the works for WBO featherweight world titlist Emanuel Navarrete to make his second defense against mandatory challenger Joet Gonzalez, both camps told BoxingScene on Monday. Navarrete, the former WBO junior featherweight titleholder, moved up to featherweight in October and outpointed Ruben Villa for the vacant 126-pound belt...
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Things That Can’t Stop Emanuel Navarrete

It’s fair to assume that there’s ample overlap between boxing and people who have dark senses of humor. So one could be forgiven for laughing when hearing Christopher Diaz’s trainer tell him just before the final round of his Saturday war with Emanuel Navarrete: “There is no pain.”. Buddy. Navarrete...
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Emanuel Navarrete defends WBO featherweight title

Edgar Berlanga taken out of the first round and goes the distance for the first time on Emanuel Nabarrete undercard. EMANUEL NAVARRETE had his first bout of 2021, successfully defending his WBO featherweight title at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee on Saturday (April 24). Challenger Christopher Diaz took him to the 12th and final round but the Mexican champion found a brutal finish in their final stanza. He dropped Diaz four times overall, knocking the challenger down in the last round prompted Christopher’s trainer to throw in the towel.
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Shakur Stevenson Eager For Emanuel Navarrete Showdown: “I Can’t Wait For Him To Come Up To 130”

While Shakur Stevenson is still getting acclimated to life at 130 pounds, the former Olympic silver medalist continues to keep tabs on his old weight class. Although it no longer concerns him, Stevenson sat back and watched closely as WBO featherweight belt holder Emanuel Navarrete, took on former Stevenson foe, Christopher Diaz. The Mexican native had absolutely no trouble in destroying Diaz at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee Florida last night. Navarette outmuscled his man early, knocking him down four times before stopping him in the final round.
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Emanuel Navarrete Drops, Stops Christopher Diaz

Christopher Diaz believed he was ready. Following his one-sided decision loss at the hands of Shakur Stevenson roughly two years ago, Diaz not only reeled off two straight victories. Immediately following his latest win against Jason Sanchez, Diaz called for his shot at a world title. Answering the call was WBO belt holder Emanuel Navarrete.
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Emanuel Navarrete defends WBO featherweight title with TKO of Chris Diaz

Emanuel Navarrete defended his WBO featherweight title with an action-packed 12th round TKO over Chris Diaz during Top Rank's main event Saturday night. Known for his awkward and relentless style, Mexico's Navarrete (34-1, 29 KOs) knocked Diaz down four times -- but it was the final one with just seconds remaining in the 12th round that was the finisher.
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Emanuel Navarrete retains world title in last few seconds of thriller

Emanuel Navarrete retained his WBO featherweight title with a sensational final round stoppage in a thrilling contest with Christopher Diaz. “Vaquero” certainly knows how to add an exclamation point to proceedings. The Mexican star knocked down Puerto Rican contender Diaz four times, closing the show in the 12th round of...
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Emanuel Navarrete batters Christopher Diaz for a round 12 TKO

Emanuel Navarrete scored another stoppage as he defended his WBO featherweight title against Christopher Diaz by TKO in round 12. Emanuel Navarrete came into his April 24 featherweight matchup with Christopher Diaz, saying that he worked to become a better defensive boxer. His defense looked about the same, and his electric offense also remained.
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Emanuel Navarrete vs. Christopher Diaz: Fight prediction, card, odds, how to watch, start time

Emanuel Navarrete is, in some ways, a throwback to fighters of a bygone era. Unlike most fighters at the world title level, Navarette is very active, fighting 11 times since 2018. Despite that activity, Navarette will be in action for the first time since October when he steps into the ring against former title challenger Christopher Diaz on Saturday night from Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Florida (10 p.m. ET, ESPN).
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Emanuel Navarrete Stops Diaz In A War

It was a pro-Puerto Rican crowd witnessing another chapter in the rivalry between Mexico and Puerto Rico when Emanuel Navarrete and Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz squared off for Navarrete’s 126 lb title. The opening round was close, but both fighters began to step it up in the following two rounds. Navarrete...
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Emanuel Navarrete Defeats Chris Diaz, Retains Featherweight Title

Kissimmee, Florida is at the center of the boxing world tonight as two young stars take the ring. Leading the way, Edgar Berlanga knocked down Demond Nicholson four times en route to his 17th straight win. Following Berlanga, WBO Featherweight Titlist Emanuel Navarrete looked to extend his winning streak to 28 straight wins against challenger Chris Diaz.