Francy Ntetu (16-0, 3 KOs) dream for some years for a major fight, what will happen next Saturday at Barclays Center in New York. The chicoutimien boxer will face rising star David Benavidez (14-0, 13 KOs) in a live gala presented on the airwaves of CBS.
“This is the fight that will propel my career and show what I am made”, says bluntly that Francy Ntetu conduct a first appearance in the ring since November, a victory in the snatch by majority decision to Oscar Riojas. The regional athlete honed his preparation for this fight eight rounds in 170 pounds in Montreal under the supervision of his trainer Pacome Tagbo, which does not spare him, he said.
Despite his young age (19 years), David Benavidez an impressive track record, he who made the jump to the professional at 16. With 13 KOs in 14 fights, his strike force would make blush more than one. The original Mexican has won his last six contests by knockout, the last in April to climb into the top 50 in the world ranking. Francy Ntetu, ranked 85th, is however very comfortable with this aggressive style, he who put the gloves in training recently with Artur Bertebiev, Eleider Alvarez and David Lemieux. He also confronted his roommate and good friend, Jonathan Miller, who will debut Saturday night at UFC Ottawa.
“On the international level, I have seen. I do not underestimate, I know what I will face. If he makes the mistake of taking me lightly, that’s his business. This is the field that recognizes the true “suggests Chicoutimien of 34 who took advantage of a partnership with the regional business Fit Food for meals and Nicolas Bacon advice for dietary supplements.
For once, Francy Ntetu believes being older than his opponent will be beneficial, especially in terms of experience. “He did 25 rounds because it puts the whole world KOs I have over 160. I’ve done eight rounds in the past and never him. When will be made when the body, arms are burning, you’re out of breath, I’ve lived it. I will be able to continue to push “to indicate Ntetu with his usual confidence.
The gala on 25 June, organized by the promoter Ntetu, LouDibella entertainment, will be broadcast on CBS as part of Showtime Championship Boxing. The final will pit the welterweight champion of the WBA, Keith Thurman, former welterweight champion of the IBF, Shawn Porter.