The Press Conference and the weighting are the announcements for upcoming fights. After Wednesday’s Press Conference, the Medias presented my and Michael’s chances of winning. They were quoting comments of the experts that know boxing very well. A lot of boxing experts said that there are a lot of chances of my win over Michael Grant.

photo: Mike Gladysz

After the press conference, I have my own assessment of Grant. He’s really tall, but the skinny legs may not be sufficient for a good prop of his upright body. I will not say other observations now, but I know that I can make it in the ring. There is a big difference in our weight, actually bigger than I thought. My little 215.6 lb is the result of long and hard workouts and the hot weather in NJ. What does this mean for me, every boxing expert knows. The speed from my side and his is our mass difference and the given hard punches. My tactic for the fight is easy- to avoid to get hit, and to give as many punches given in series. This probably won’t be a fight similar to Arreola’s or Estrada’s, but there must be some found elements of it. I will lower my position in the ring in order to let his blows blow over, or next to my head. The most important things are that I’m calm, rested, and healthy. I turned off my cell phone to stay quiet before the fight. And now, a few facts- I traditionally chose hard enough Everlast gloves, and my opponent Grant…Grants. I like to fight in Everlast gloves, because regardless of other advantages, it protects my hands very well. As I read about Arreola’s hand injury, I know that he fought in other gloves than Everlast. In my corner traditionally will appear: my trainer Roger Bloodworth, cutman Danny Milano, and Ziggy Rozalski. As I enter the ring, fans gathered in the hall will hear and hopefully they will sing “Pamietaj” by Funky Polak. The commentator of the pay-per-view fight on the TV will be Janusz Pindera, which has been in USA for a couple of days already. In the internet shop you can buy the poster announcing the fight. Thank you time. Thank you those who wished me a win over Grant on my site. A lot of the comments on my website are polish, and polish immigrants from Ireland, England, Germany, Norway, and fans from the USA. It is worth going out to the ring, knowing that my audience is much greater than it is gathered in Prudential Center. I promise that it will be worth to wake up at 4.30 am on the 22nd – In Poland…and at 10:45 pm in USA. Tomorrow is the last quiet day, and then in the evening, the fight with Michael Grant. I wish you all a lot of experience and emotions during the fight.

 

photo: Mike Gladysz