ONE of the main event fighters will break a promise on the eagerly anticipated ‘This Is Belfast fight card this Friday night.
Both local hero, Carl Frampton and visiting former two weight world champion Hugo Cazares haven’t just predicted victory in the World title eliminator they have promised it.
Frampton admits the WBC No. 1 represents the toughest test of his career, but remains adamant he and not the Mexican will take a step closer to a bout with WBC super bantamweight champion of the World Leo Santa Cruz by registering victory in front of a sold out Odyssey Arena.
Hugo is a very very good fighter. I know this is going to be the toughe test of my career, but I have prepared very hard for this fight. I will show Hugo the respect he deserves but I promise I am going to win this fight.
Cazares, who was noticeably less jovial at the final press conference than he was when he first arrived in Belfast last Friday, issued a similar statement of intent.
The experienced former two weight World has also promised victory come Friday.
I am ready. My training camp has been great and I can promise I will leave Belfast with a victory.
This fight means the world to me I have to win this fight if I am going to be world champion again. I knew I had to train very very hard and we did that. Now we have to bring that training into the ring.