The 26 year-old will be making his third appearance of 2016. He has been kept active since signing with Jeter Promotions.
“Training has been good. I am just in the process of making weight,”said Weimer on Wednesday night.
In Valderrama, Weimer is facing a veteran, who has faced 11 undefeated opponents.
“I know Valderrama is from Puerto Rico and my style should be good for this fight. He likes to come forward and I will look to pick my shots.”
Despite Valderrama’s record of 5-14, Weimer is taking this fight seriously.
“I train two or three times a day for as much as eight hours. I stay in good shape all the time. I know I am three inches taller than him. I plan to feel him out in round one and then get him out of there. I am ready to get this win and move on to the next fight,”
Since moving to his new promoter, Weimer has been kept active and feels that big things are in the near future.
“With Jeter Promotions, I feel that I will get a couple more fights this year and look for something big early next year.””