Jono Carroll has actually pledged that Andy Vences is in for a horrible evening’s work when they clash for the uninhabited WBC International Silver super-featherweight title on June 19.
The battle will certainly happen on the Triller occasion at the LoanDepot Park in Miami, Florida, on the undercard of the globe light-weight title battle in between Teofimo Lopez and also George Kambosos Jnr.
Carroll (19-2-1, 5 KOs) is exceptionally certain of obtaining his hand increased versus Vences (23-2-1, 12 KOs), and also really hopes that can bring about a possible face-off with either Oscar Valdez or JoJo Diaz.
Carroll claimed: “Andy can claim what he desires, yet he’s in for a horrible evening’s work. When you burn out, exhausted and also the stress begins, you constantly fall under old routines. He has a great deal of negative routines which’s what I absolutely think I will certainly expose.
” If I go to the top of my video game after that no one defeats me. Not simply Andy, yet the similarity Oscar Valdez and also JoJo Diaz as well. Psychologically my vision is still the exact same, I desire the globe titles and also I intend to deal with those heavyweights.
” I absolutely think that on my day I can blend it with anyone. After I win this I would certainly enjoy to deal with Valdez, or someone like Diaz. Those battles delight me.
” I constantly prepare to be the most effective variation of myself. I have actually striven and also in this camp I have actually left no rock unturned. I have actually made certain that I will not make the exact same error as the Maxi Hughes battle.
” A great deal of points in camp really did not go right for that battle, plus I went from a stuffed field covering the phase versus Scott Quigg to combating in a vacant hall without followers as a result of COVID, so it was a strange shock to the system.
“It felt like a spar and I didn’t have the hunger and drive that I had in previous fights, but I’ve gone back to the drawing board and I have learned. If you don’t learn then the devil will re-appear in different forms. I’m a better fighter for it now and it gave me a valuable lesson.”