TYSON MARQUEZ SHOWS HIS WEAPONS IN LOS ANGELES
Wed, 14 Nov 2012
Hernán Márquez, Román González and Juan Estrada showed their preparation and motivation in Tuesday afternoon's media work-out day, the fighter's left a great impression at the historic Azteca in Bell Gardens in front of a large contingency of the Los Angeles press, this Saturday night, the long-awaited world flyweight title unification between Brian ¨Hawaiian Punch¨ Viloria and¨Tyson¨Márquez which takes place at the Sports Arena will be seen through Azteca 7 in Mexico and Wealth TV in the U.S.
SHOWING THEIR WEAPONS
Sonora's own Hernán “Tyson” Márquez took in the lights and attention given to him by the local press this Tuesday, in the public training /media day which was offered at the Azteca Gym, as part of the various activities which lead to the ''Champion vs Champion'' denomintaed fight card presented by Zanfer promotions and which takes place this Saturday night at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, the action will be broadcast in Mexico through ''The house of boxing'' Ateca 7 and through Wealth TV in the United Staes.
“Tyson” Márquez (34-2-0, 26 ko’s) faces Hawaiia's own Brian “Hawaian Punch” Viloria (31-3-0, 18 ko’s) in the WBO / WBA flyweight world title unification battle, pacted for 12 rounds in one of the most wanted fights of 2012.
Strong and fast, with a well defined phsyque, in a good mood and very motivated, Hernán Márquez showed proof of his great preparation, which took place for three months in Oxnard, California, training under the watchful eye Robert García, Marquez worked before the press lossening up, working the heavy bag, speed bag, floor bag and shadow boxing.
''After so many weeks concentrated on work, it shows, the good thing is that I'm very motivated and regarding weight, I'm off by 3 pounds right now, I'm drinking plenty of water and eating well, that has me extremely motivated and I can't wait to do the weigh-in and the face Viloria''. Said Marquez.
The Mexican fighter said he expects a hard fight against Viloria, but said that he is very motivated, he had the best preparation of his career and has studied his rival at lenght, with the plan to pressure and avoid counters.
''It will be a great fight, a war, both of us come forward, so the results should be explosive, that is what we want to give, a great fight to the fans, and win, that is the only thing on my mind, come out victorious, because I want to be the best and to do that I have to beat the best'', said Tyson''.
Viloria did not show up to the work-out, stating that he had other matters to attend with the California Athlectic Commision, as it releated to his medical exams.
“Gallo”: The fight of his life.
The enigma in the show is Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada (22-1-0, 18 ko’s), who will defy one of the world's most solid champions- Román “Chocolatito” González (33-0-0, 28 ko’s), and this afternoon before the press, it showed that the Mexican challenger is not scared or in awe of what he will be facing.
''It benefits me to come down to Gonzalez' weight and on fight night I will be bigger and stronger in every aspect, he will feel my power, besides the speed that I'm bringing, I'm aware that it will be a hard fight, before a great champion, but I know what I bring and will give the great surprise, it will be a night which belongs to Sonorians in Los Angeles'', said el “Gallo” Estrada.
Estrada, who has foght the majority of his career as a Fly weight / Super Flyweight, has controlled his weight for this fight and after showing his great preparation in the media day work-out, left a good impression and generated a good word of mouth from the press.
“Chocolatito” González exhibited his usual class and tecnique when it came time for him to work out, being very respectful regarding his foe.
''My mind is a winner's mind, it is that way, but I never get too over confident, there isn't a small opponent in the ring, that is why I always train at full speed.
I respect Estrada and I'm sure that we will bring a great fight to the fans, so they will be the true winners'', I believe.
Regarding the fight between “Tyson” Marquez and “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria, the Nicaraguan has a clear favorite.
''I would like Marquez to win, and I'm sure that I can knock him out, if that fight came to be, I have the perfect style for him, but now is not the time to think about that, I'm focused in this Saturday night's fight. Gonzalez stated.
Tickets arer on sale now through www.ticketmaster.com starting at $37.40 to $141.25 dólares, taxes included, and will also be sold at the Los Angeles Sports Arena box-office.
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