According to sources, Chris Colbert and Jose Valenzuela have actually reached an arrangement for a rematch following their questionable very first fight in 2023. The light-weight bout is anticipated to be part of a Premier Boxing Champions card set up for December 9 in Las Vegas. Showtime is set to telecast the Colbert-Valenzuela rematch as a pay-per-view occasion, accompanying the 100th boxing card at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
In addition to the rematch, the December 9 program is likewise prepared for to consist of the long-awaited middleweight title bout in between WBA champ Erislandy Lara and Danny Garcia.
In their very first fight, Colbert emerged triumphant by consentaneous choice, in spite of being stopped by Valenzuela early on. The judges scored the fight 95-94 in favor of Colbert, causing Valenzuela contesting the choice. Now, Valenzuela will have the opportunity to avenge his defeat and set the record straight against the Brooklyn fighter.
During a current look on “The PBC Podcast,” Colbert revealed his desire for the rematch, specifying that he wishes to “clarify” and display his supremacy. While Colbert thought he decisively beat Valenzuela in their previous fight, he acknowledges the interest produced by those who think Valenzuela won.
With their approaching rematch, both fighters will have the chance to show themselves and settle the debate surrounding their very first bout.