Chris Colbert vs Jose Valenzuela
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Both Chris Colbert and his opponent, Jose Valenzuela, are looking to get back on track after suffering losses in their last match. In addition, Chris Colbert will be making the transition up to the 135-pound weight class in his comeback to the ring after an absence of thirteen months. The odds, on the other hand, are somewhat tilted against Jose, while the bookies are leaning slightly more toward Colbert winning.Get Your Sign-Up Bonus!
Chris Colbert - confident of winning
In a match that he was expected to win easily, Chris Colbert ended up suffering his first loss of his professional career at the hands of Hector Luis Garcia. Yet, because there is a great deal of strain on him, the American will undoubtedly work hard to overcome the pressure and return to his previous level of performance. Due to the fact that Chris Colbert has not competed in the ring since March 2022, he has a lot to say in the lead-up to this match. Despite the fact that Colbert has said a lot leading up to this fight at his press conference, the American has demonstrated his confidence by saying, "I know that Valenzuela is a great fighter and he'll be coming to fight, but I ain't scared about nothing." My most recent bout did not end with the decision that I had hoped for, but it is common knowledge that I am a formidable opponent." Colbert's record currently stands at four victories and one career loss, while we now look forward to seeing him demonstrate his class as it has now been a year since he last had a fight, and his record currently sits at four wins.
Jose Valenzuela - matured Valenzuela to prove himself
In the third fight of his career, which took place in September of the previous year, José Valenzuela was defeated by Edwin De Los Santos through knockout in the third round. The American, on the other hand, got his boxing career off to a successful start with back-to-back victories over Austin Dulay and Francisco Vargas. In the buildup to this match, Valenzuela was quoted as saying, "I picked this tough battle because I know what I can really do when I have my head in the game and when I have my stuff together." This upcoming Saturday night, I'll be putting on a show. My defeat at the hands of Edwin De Los Santos was a great learning experience for me. I gained a lot of knowledge not just about the game, but also about myself, my family, and my team. I've grown up a lot and picked up a lot of new skills recently." As a result, we are anticipating that he will have a great deal of competence both strategically and carefully.
Expert Betting Tips
In spite of Jose Valenzuela's assertions that he has become more mature and that he is now prepared for this top fight, we continue to be of the opinion that Colbert will prevail over him in what is anticipated to be a very difficult fight. With the skills possessed by both competitors, in addition to the fact that the most recent encounter between them resulted in a defeat, we anticipate a very long match that will last at least nine rounds and will likely go the distance.