Brækhus Trying For Revenge In opposition to McCaskill
Cecilia Brækhus has vowed to ‘take again what’s mine’ when she rematches Jessica McCaskill for the undisputed World Welterweight titles on the American Airways Middle in Dallas, TX on Saturday evening, reside worldwide on DAZN.
Brækhus (36-1 9 KOs) suffered the primary lack of her glittering profession by the hands of McCaskill in Tulsa, OK in August, with the Chicagoan taking her titles and stopping her from breaking Joe Lewis’ report of consecutive World title defenses.
The Norwegian hinted at retirement in her fast post-fight speech however inside days of that loss, she activated the rematch clause, and now she is set to settle the rating and reclaim her property.
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“I do know I’m a greater fighter than Jessica in each doable manner – I’m again for me,” mentioned Brækhus. “I’ve carried out all of it in boxing; first undisputed ladies’s champion, first Ring Journal champion, offered out arenas, hit a million viewers, offered Pay-Per-Views – Saturday is nearly taking the belts again as a result of I’m higher.
“I’ve been in so many fights in my profession and I knew that I did sufficient to win the primary combat. I used to be somewhat bit naive. I didn’t take into account that I used to be on her residence turf, I gained’t make that mistake once more. These belts are rightfully mine and I need to make a press release on Saturday, I’ll be fully totally different from the final combat, I’m in peak form and I’m joyful.
“It’s high quality to do some speaking earlier than the combat to market it, however it’s not private for me. She began speaking about me and my group 24 hours after the final combat and I misplaced respect for her. You possibly can’t be offended or take something personally by somebody you don’t respect. I really feel calm and I’m able to get my belts again.”
Brækhus’ conflict with McCaskill is a part of aa big evening of motion in Dallas, with a mouth-watering triple-header of World title motion on the prime of the invoice.