Fight Hub TV caught up with George Kambosos. Kicking off the discussion, Kambosos weighs in on the much-anticipated clash between Canelo and Charlo. He foresees Charlo’s ring rustiness potentially playing a key role in the outcome.
“Charlo’s a champ, no doubt about it. But the lack of activity? That’s the wild card here,” Kambosos reflects. He backs Canelo, saying, “Canelo’s the one bringing the heat.”
Kambosos raises the curtain on another blockbuster showdown – the matchup between Canelo and Benavidez. He is equally psyched about a fight between Morrell Jr and Benavidez, describing the latter as a fighter with extensive experience, explosive power, and an impressive offensive onslaught. Benavidez is clearly Kambosos’s pick.
The Ultimate Showdown: Errol Spence vs Terence Crawford
Kambosos delves into a nuanced dissection of the upcoming fight between Errol Spence and Terence Crawford. Despite each fighter’s strengths and vulnerabilities, Kambosos finds it hard to pick a definitive winner.
“Spence’s got a wicked body shot and is big and strong. He’s been tagged by Ugas before though, showing some chinks in his armor,” he observes.
On the flip side, he acknowledges Crawford’s prowess with the switch hit and his ability to inflict damage from any stance. However, he too has had shaky moments.
The boxing guru refrains from making a concrete prediction, labeling the fight as a “true gladiator’s bout” that’s “going to the wire.”
Next in line is the analysis of the Tszyu vs Charlo bout. Here, Kambosos underscores the value of keeping the gloves swinging.
“Tim’s persistence has tipped the scales somewhat, given Charlo’s hiatus,” he remarks.
According to Kambosos, if Charlo chooses to take a backseat or relinquishes the WBA belt, it could deal a severe blow to his reputation. He views this match as a crucial pivot point for Charlo.
Drawing from his extensive experience of training with Tim Tszyu, Kambosos comments on how their journey has set a benchmark for budding Aussie boxers. He prides himself on carving his own path to the top and vows to continue in his unique style.
“I did it my way, reached the top my way. I’ll keep doing it my way,” Kambosos proudly declares.
The Thrill of Stadium Fights and What Lies Ahead
Kambosos radiates enthusiasm as he revisits his stadium fights. He vividly recalls the electric atmosphere, the infectious energy, and the massive crowds. Looking forward, he is excited about potential stadium clashes with fighters like Lomachenko and a possible rematch with Teofimo Lopez.
“Imagine those fights in Australian stadiums! We’ll pull in crowds like never before,” he predicts.
In the end, Kambosos believes that the key to victory lies in the mental game. According to him, the fighter with the stronger willpower and the hunger to win will emerge victorious, regardless of their skill set. His insights into the world of boxing remind us that this sport is as much a battle of wits and determination as it is of physical prowess.