Costa Rican boxerYokasta Valle is making boxing history for her country and wants to have a memorable fight on home soil in front of a crowd of 50,000 fans. Valle, known for her impressive record in women’s boxing and her commitment to the sport, aims to make this dream a reality.
Valle, who is a 105-pound world champion, has captivated audiences with her skill and dedication in the ring. Throughout her career she has proven to be a fierce competitor and a true ambassador for the sport in Costa Rica. Now, her vision is to take boxing to a new level in her country by taking on a massive crowd in an unprecedented event, and she wants to do it as a champion.
“Yokasta Valle’s career is just beginning and the plan is that we can see her in front of 50,000 people, fighting for the unification of the world titles,” said promoter Oscar de la Hoya.
Yokasta Valle will be defending her titles on Saturday
While there are no specific details yet as to when and where this event would take place, the simple fact that Yokasta Valle has this vision is a testament to her ambition and desire to contribute to the boxing world and her home country.
Before she does, she has to defend her IBF and WBO minimumweight titles against Maria Micheo Santizo this Saturday in one of the headline fights on the Golden Boy Promotions show.
The idea of a fight in front of 50,000 spectators at the National Stadium in Costa Rica would not only be a milestone for Valle, but also for the sport itself. It would reflect the growth and passion that women’s boxing has experienced in the region, providing young aspiring boxers with an example to follow and a source of inspiration.