Chris Arreola is on a mission to rebound as he prepares to tackle Andy Ruiz Jr. on Might 1st from Dignity Well being Sports activities Park in Carson, California, on Fox pay-per-view.
Arreola’s exercise happened on the Ten Goose Boxing Gymnasium in Van Nuys, California, the place Arreola participates in his second coaching camp with Goossen. Arreola’s first struggle with Goossen noticed the veteran former title challenger set quite a few CompuBox heavyweight data in a slim resolution loss to Adam Kownacki. Talking throughout the digital media exercise Wednesday, Arreola talked about how vital this struggle is for his profession.
“This struggle is vital for my legacy. I need to make the followers blissful they purchased this struggle,” Arreola mentioned throughout the digital exercise yesterday. “I don’t struggle for paychecks. I’m a fighter for the followers. So I hope they get pleasure from this struggle and purchase this pay-per-view.”
“I like what I do. I’m a lucky individual to have been a fighter since a younger age. I bleed boxing. I put my entire self on the market each time I struggle. I do know that I owe it to the followers to present them a fantastic struggle.
Should you didn’t see the exercise yesterday, test it right here, however Arreola seemed good throughout the exercise for certain.
MyBookie, as of this writing, is making Arreola the massive 11 to 1 underdog on this matchup, going down the primary weekend in Might. For Arreola, that is acquainted territory, and he’s used to it.
“I don’t take note of the percentages. If folks need to make me the underdog, I’m comfy with that. I’ve been an underdog my entire life,” Arreola said.
“I really feel nice. I’ve been working onerous for months. I do know that I’ve to make this a fantastic struggle for the followers and for myself. I understand how essential this struggle is for my profession.”
We’ll see if that is the final time Arreola is in that position when he challenges Ruiz on Might 1st.