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Tim Tszyu: Charlo Stopped Hogan in Seven, I Did it in Five – I Can Compete With Big Boys!

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Unbeaten junior middleweight celebrity Tim Tszyu is trying to find also larger points after squashing globe title opposition Dennis Hogan in their Steel City Face-off in Newcastle.

The 26- year- old Tszyu (18- 0) maintained battering on Hogan to the head as well as body – till the edge of the Irish fighter tossed in the towel.

Tszyu is the WBO’s leading placed opposition – which places him in line for a split at present globe champ Brian Castano.

Tszyu is currently loooking to obtain in the ring with among the leading names in the weight course.

“I’m not satisfied,” Tszyu claimed. “I wish to be an international boxing celebrity. That’s my objective. It’s constantly been my objective as well as I require those big men. We go to that phase where I do think I can take on the big kids.

“Charlo got rid of Hogan in seven [rounds]. I do it in five. So my pace was a bit more quicker than Charlo’s. I want an international fight. I want to be recognized globally.”

Tszyu, the kid of previous globe champ Kostya Tszyu, has actually escaped from his popular dad’s darkness.

“I thought it was going to last a bit longer. I thought I’m going to slow him down even more but he started slowing down from round three,” Tszyu claimed.

“I simply gradually began choosing it up as well as it was a mix of body as well as head [that caused the damage] due to the fact that the head shot was what dropped him.

” He was really feeling every shot as well as it was just worsening[for him] I idea I was choosing it up every min as well as it was simply an issue of time. He was worsening as well as even worse as well as I assume his edge did an excellent work. When I’m in the ring, this is my kingdom.

“Round one I was a bit too excited. That comes with experience. In rounds two and three I was able to slow it down and not not rush and be able to pick my certain shots. I was rushing a bit and I wasn’t 100% happy with that performance.”

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