Mendoza: “My opponent needs to kill me to stop me”
Let us remind you that on October 15 in Broadbeach, Australia, Tszyu won by unanimous decision.
“I think the fight was close in the first half. Then he found his rhythm. In this he turned out to be better than me. I let it gain too much momentum, and you saw how it ended.
We threw bombs at each other. I told you this would happen. My opponent needs to kill me to stop me. I showed this in our fight. I think Tim expected me to get tired in the second half,” Boxing News 24 quotes Mendoza.
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