Tszyu admitted that Harrison is cooler than him as a boxer


Tim Tszyu (21-0, 15 KOs), who is still undefeated, considers his opponent in the fight on March 12 in Sydney (Australia) Tony Harrison (29-3-1, 21 KOs) to be a more skilled boxer than himself. This circumstance, however, does not diminish his confidence that the American ex-champion will lose.

Recall that in January Tszyu was supposed to fight with the absolute champion of the first middleweight (up to 69.9 kg) Jermell Charlo, but he was injured – the fight fell through.

“I haven’t been in the ring for a year so my fists are itching,” he said.
The Ring. “Of course, I could sit on my butt, as most fighters would do in my place, but this is not me. This is my job. I am a fighter, and fighters must fight.”

Tszyu says that Tony is a “different type of opponent than anyone I’ve ever faced.”

Tim Tszyu – Tony Harrison: forecast and bets for the fight on March 12

“And I think he actually has better boxing skills than me,” he admitted, but added that: “I don’t hope; I know that in the next fight I will meet with Charlo. Absolute at any cost. Tony is just another name on my way to my goal.”

Tim believes that his fight for all e-Charlo belts will take place in the middle of the year in Las Vegas (USA).

“This is what I was told and this is what I expect. A big fight in Vegas has always been my dream since childhood. We had a slight delay in bringing the dream to life, but it’s only a matter of time. And it’s “when”, not “if”,” he said confidently.

Yesterday, Tszyu compared Harrison and Charlo, and Shakur Stevenson gave a prediction for this fight.