The great boxer from Quilmes has the
The great boxer from Quilmes has the goal of competing for the world title.
Boxer Sergio Martínez, a former super welterweight and middleweight world champion, will return to the ring for the fourth time since returning to the competition. At 46 years old, he is confident of being able to beat the British Macaulay McGowan the next 27 at the Wizink Center in Madrid and said that he dreams of reaching the end of the year at a level of “10 points out of 10 to face a championship fight of the world”.
The great boxer from Quilmes has the goal of competing for the world title. Being the owner of an outstanding record of 54-3-2 and 30 KOs, Maravilla is coming off three wins in his comeback after six years and two months of inactivity. In that sense, Martínez specified that he feels that his preparation is “excellent” to defeat McGowan, with a record of 14-2-1 and the merit of never having been knocked out.
“For a world championship fight you have to be 10 out of 10. If you look at the world champions, anyone, Murata (Ryota), Eubank (Chris), Andrade (Demetrius), who boxes fabulously, in addition to the physical build and so on, you touch it and your hand hurts. It’s a rock,” he added.