Unbeaten Australian Tim Tszyu (21-0, 15 KOs) considers his opponent in the upcoming fight on March 12 in Sydney, American Tony Harrison (29-3-1, 21 KOs) to be a more skillful boxer than the absolute champion of the first middleweight (up to 69.9 kg) Jermell Charlo, with whom Tim was supposed to fight at the end of January, but due to Charlo’s injury, the fight had to be canceled.
It is worth noting that it was Harrison who inflicted the only defeat on Jermell, outboxing him at the end of 2018, and a year later lost the rematch by knockout in the 11th round.
Tim Tszyu – Tony Harrison: forecast and bets for the fight on March 12
“He is from the Kronk gym, he has a good jab and mobility,” Tszyu shared his observations with
Daily Mail. “He’s slippery, hard to hit, and unlike anyone I’ve met before. It will be a difficult fight, there is no question of any underestimation on my part.”
“Harrison knows more than Charlo, and he beat him,” Tim recalls. Styles make fights, but just because you have the best skills doesn’t mean you’ll always win. The greater the risk, the greater the reward.”
Meanwhile, Harrison noticed that Tim was not Kostya.