Cornflake LaManna in Camp for biggest fight of his Career

Fresh off of two back to back wins, #8 World Rated Middleweight Thomas “Cornflake” LaManna, 30-4-1 12ko, of Millville, New Jersey has got back into training camp and has his eyes set on the biggest fight of his life.

“It’s time, I finally got that one call every fighter dreams of getting and I’m making it happen. Obviously contracts aren’t signed so I can’t tell you who, but its a dream come true and I can’t wait until it’s announced.” LaManna quoted via a Zoom call.

“I’ve known about the fight for some time now, and I’ve been in camp now for two weeks, working on my strength and conditioning with my trainer Dillion at Jersey Kickboxing here in Millville, and even though I’ve been shaking out on the bag and pads, my boxing training will kick off hard next week.”

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LaManna has spent the last year fighting at Jr. Middleweight, but had his last bout at the 160 pound limit for a Regional WBA belt at Middleweight. When asked about the potential top rated contenders at Middleweight in the WBA, the only meaningful fighters with big names that makes sense for both sides, with regards to the global Pandemic, is current World Champion Ryota Murata, former World Champion Sergio Martinez or current Interim Champion Chris Eubank Jr.

“None of them” LaManna quoted when asked via text message shortly after Zoom call.

Definition of the word Veteran – “a person who has had long experience in a particular field”. It’s safe to say that the 6’1 skinny 35 fight veteran has experienced his fair share of ups and downs in the squared circle, can we see it all be up together for the proclaimed “biggest fight of his career” ?

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