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By Mike Angel Lopez

Q & A: Hernan “Tyson” Marquez
15 Nov 2012

In a face to face interview video chat thru Facebook, WBA Super World Flyweight Champion Hernan “Tyson” Marquez (34-2-0, 25KO) goes through a Q&A on his upcoming fight this weekend with WBO World Flyweight Champion Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria (31-3-18KO).

Lopez: Good Day Champ, This is the biggest fight of your career, 2 World Championship Belts are on the line, are you in the best shape of your life to take these belts back to Mexico?

Tyson: YES! I am in great shape. The best shape of my life. I trained very hard for this fight.

Lopez: You have a new trainer in Robert Garcia, has this improved your skills?

Tyson: I have learned a lot from Robert. We worked on some new things in camp, and I feel good.

Lopez: Viloria has beaten many Mexican boxers, and is known as the “Mexicutioner” will you change that?

Tyson: I will show him what this tough Mexican is made out of.

Lopez: What is your game plan to beat Viloria?

Tyson: That is a secret for now, the people will see this Saturday night at the fight.

Lopez: This is your fourth fight out of Mexico, will this be a problem?

Tyson: There are a lot of Mexican fans in Los Angeles and I won the world title in Panama, so there will be no problem.

Lopez: Will you “KNOCKOUT” Villoria?

Tyson: I will do my best to knock him out!

Lopez: Viloria passed up a fight to defend his title against the WBO #1 ranked Flyweight Milan Melindo of the Philippines, if you win your fight against Viloria, would you like to come to the beautiful Philippines and challenge Melindo?

Tyson: That would be nice to fight in the Philippines, and I heard a little bit about Melindo that he is very good. If it happens, then let it happen. I am not scared of any fighter.

Lopez: You have many Mexican and Filipino fans in the Philippines; do you have any words to tell them?

Tyson: It will be an exciting fight, Viloria will be in great shape and I will be in great shape. It will be a war and may the best man win.

This Saturday night in the Los Angeles Sports Arena, two of the best Flyweight World Champions will go at it to try and unify their championship belts. An amazing co main event featuring WBA Light Flyweight Champion Nicaragua’s Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez against Mexican Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada for the WBA light flyweight championship.

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