TRAIN hard win easy seems to the new mantra for Dennis Hogan’s New York opponent on Friday night.
Tyrone Brunson warned Hogan he is coming fit and ready to take his unbeaten record and claim the NABA USA light middleweight title with an impressive performance live on CBS.
19 of Brunson’s 21 knock out wins have come in round one, but the 30 year old hasn’t impressed when he has stepped up in class. However, with a career changing title on the line this Friday night Brunson claims his approach has been different to that ahead of his defeats to Carson Jones and the likes. He relocated to Puerto Rico and claims he is in the shape of his lift and predicts a comfortable win Friday night.
“I don’t know to much about Hogan, but my coach has put a hell of a game plan together and I will be victorious. I plan on winning easily, if the knock out comes it comes, but If i have to do then rounds so be it,” said Brunson.
“He should know I am coming, in shape and I am ready. This is the best shape I have been in my career.
“I know he will be in shape and I am coming in shape, but I am special. Dennis Hogan is going to see I can punch come April 17. I am going to win this title, it is a title that can get me rated and it can open a lot of big doors for me. This is a rebirth of Brunson if he is looking at my last two fights he is in trouble. I have trained hard for this fight. I am going to the top and Dennis Hogan is an obstacle in my way.”