Jono Carroll warns world champion “King Kong is coming” – Boxing Sports

“King Kong Carroll is coming” – that’s the message Jono Carroll [20(5)-2-1] After his Triller victory, he became a super-featherweight world champion.

Carroll defeated American Andivens at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Miami with a card that included battles for Evander Holyfield and David Haye to enter the WBA World Title Pole.

Earning points means that Fingrass super feathers are next in line for Roger Gutierrez’s next defense winner against Chris Colbert on the confirmed day.

The endured warrior claims he doesn’t know who holds the title or strap situation, but it’s certain where his future home will be.

“I’m coming, King Kong Carroll is coming,” he warns.

“I’m going to destroy all those champions, I’m coming. I don’t even know the name of the guy who has the WBA [World title] But I’m taking that belt. “

The Hollywood-sponsored victory is one of the best on a southpaw record, but Carroll still doesn’t believe it was his best performance.

Some tragic family problems hindered his camp and he warned that he would be much better at longer camps with more focus.

“With a 12 week camp … I couldn’t wait for this camp because the previous camp was in the best condition of my life and it was a crazy time when my baby left the hospital when I got home. No. When I’m camping for 12 weeks, you’ll see what I’m about.

“I’m very proud, but I’m also the worst critic. I can perform a million times better than I did there. So when we go back to dressing ourselves, I “I know it’s not us,” said the coach.

Carol seemed most proud of the end of the fight. He suffered a bad cut in the eighth round, at which point Vance seemed to be in the lead.

However, Spain-based Dub grabbed his mouthpiece and ended the fight stronger.

“The most important thing is to have to close the show,” he commented. “The champion closes the show, and I had to do it. I had no other choice. When the push rushed in, I bit the mouthpiece. That’s the way to win.”

– Boxing Sports

Jono Carroll warns world champion “King Kong is coming” Jono Carroll warns world champion “King Kong is coming”

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