Tszyu told how he would beat Charlo. The answer will surprise you a little.


Rumor has it (no official confirmation yet) that on January 28 in the United States, the unified middleweight champion American Jermell Charlo (35-1-1, 19 KOs) will face off against Australian challenger Tim Tszyu (21-0, 15 KOs).

The contender is confident in his abilities and
explained, due to which he plans to beat the champion: “No disrespect, but a bet on my IQ. I’ll just be myself, my best version. I know that many people think that I’m not ready yet. But there is only one way to convince them – to prove in the ring that they were wrong.

Tszyu aims to conquer several weight divisions: “I’m only interested in the biggest fights. That is, fights against the most eminent opponents. I want these to be fights that fans will think about from morning till night. Fights to live for. Life is one big adventure. Life is like a journey. And my journey is just beginning.”

Tszyu says “I’m not going to dwell on Charlo’s strengths and weaknesses. I’m only focused on myself. His training is his problem. After all, I challenged not just the champion, but the strongest in the division. These fights are my goal in boxing. So now I don’t think about another division. But someday that time will come. There are four belts on the line. What could be cooler? I understand that this is a solid increase in the level of opposition. But this is my choice. This is not the end of the journey, but only the beginning.”

Previously, Tszyu was slightly surprised. He hasn’t beaten e-Charlo yet, but he’s already eyeing his brother a-Charlo. And Tim was going to heavyweight – to beat Joshua. The Australian smiles: “I’m a lion hunter.”