Valdez/Lopez on SKY for Free Sunday
Yep, starting at 4PM Sunday (NZ time) on Channel 59, Valdez/Lopez (a replacement for Gutierrez) will headline the card for Free on SKY POP UP:

Oscar Valdez 129.8 vs. Andres Gutierrez 141
Carl Frampton 128 vs. Tyler McCreary 127.5

Carlos Adames 153.5 vs. Patrick Teixeira 153.25
(WBO interim jr middleweight title)

Arnold Barboza Jr 140 vs. William Silva 139.5
Adam Lopez 126 vs. Luis Coria 125.4
Guido Vianello 237 vs. Colby Madison 239
Andy Hiraoka 140 vs. Rogelio Casarez 139.5
Jared Anderson 237 vs. Stephen Kirnon 214
Xander Zayas 146.6 vs. Virgel Windfield 148
Brian Mendoza 146.2 vs. Larry Gomez 146

Venue: Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Great fight with Valdez/Lopez. Premature stoppage, but not the worst I've seen. Frampton looked amazing on the undercard fight:

Valdez survives scare; Frampton shuts out McCreary

In his super featherweight debut, former featherweight world champion Oscar Valdez (27-0, 21 KOs) scored a seventh round TKO over late sub Adam “Blunose” Lopez (13-2, 6 KOs) on Saturday night at The Chelsea inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Lopez surprised everyone when he dropped Valdez in round two with a left hook and then gave Valdez all he could handle. Valdez finally got to Lopez and dropped him in round seven. Lopez beat the count but after Valdez landed another shot the bout was very quickly waved off by referee Russell Mora. Time was 2:53. The bout was sanctioned as a WBC eliminator to challenge WBC 130lb world champion Miguel Berchelt. At the time of the stoppage, Lopez was ahead on the cards.

Former two-division champ Carl “The Jackal” Frampton (27-2, 15 KOs) dominated previously unbeaten Tyler McCreary (16-1-1, 7 KOs) over ten rounds. Frampton steadily broke down McCreary to the body. McCreary went down from a body shot in round six. Frampton floored McCreary again with body shots in round nine. Scores were 100-88 across the board. Frampton may face WBO 130lb champ Jamel Herring.

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