December 15th 2007-Plaza de Toros, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Edwin Valero (22-0, 22) vs Zaid Zavaleta (16-2-2, 11)
In 2007 Edwin Valero, the Teiken promoted Venezuelan puncher, took to the ring in Cancun to defend the WBC Super Featherweight title for the third time, taking on Zaid Zavaleta.
August 5th 2006-Centro de Convenciones Figali, Panama City, Panama
Edwin Valero (19-0, 19) vs Vicente Mosquera (24-1-1, 12)
One of the many international fighters associated with Japanese promoter Teiken has been Venezuelan Edwin Valero. In 2006 the heavy handed Valero got his first world title fight, travelling to Panama to face WBA Super Featherweight champion Vicente Mosquera
May 3rd 2007-Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Edwin Valero (21-0, 21) vs Nobuhito Honmo (29-4-2, 5)
In 2008 Teiken promoted Venezuelan Edwin Valero was the WBA Super Featherweight champion, with a perfect 21-0 (21) record. He would make his second defense as he took on Japanese challenger Nobuhito Honmo, a former Japanese and OPBF champion who had never been stopped in 35 bouts.
September 25th 2006-Arena, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Hero Bando (14-7-6, 8) Vs Edwin Valero (15-0, 15)
Hard hitting fighter Edwin Valero was long associated with Teiken, though surprisingly didn't make his Japanese debut until his 16th bout, when he took on Hero Bando in Kanagawa.
June 12th 2008-Nippon Budokan Tokyo, Japan
Edwin Valero (23-0, 23) Vs Takehiro Shimada (22-3-1, 15)
For a while Japanese based Venezuelan Edwin Valero was the most exciting fighter on the planet. He won his first 18 bouts, in a row, with opening round and genuinely built a lot of interest with this early run. In fight #20 Valero claimed the WBA Super Featherweight title and in his 4th defense he took on Takehiro Shimada, a Japanese veteran who had never been stopped and had been a national champion at Lightweight.
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