By Michael Campbell
Junior welterweight Olusegun Ajose (30-0, 14KOs) wasn't impressed by Danny Garcia's title winning performance last Saturday night against Mexican veteran Erik Morales. Ajose is the mandatory challenger to Garcia's brand new WBC title.
"Garcia did okay. For me it was an okay performance. For Morales, I don't think that he really wanted to win. I don't think he came to win. If he was coming to win, he would have made his weight in the first place," Ajose told BoxingScene.com.
"When I fight Garcia, I'm going to beat the nonsense out of him. He's good, but I'm much better than he is. He's a strong guy. You don't get 23 wins without being a strong guy. But I'm stronger. He's not that fast, I'm faster. I'm more experienced. It's a winning situation for me."
The WBC ordered the winner of Morales-Garcia to face Ajose at last December's convention in Las Vegas. Ajose wants the title, whether Garcia decides to fight him or not.
"In the first place Garcia was not suppossed to fight for the title. I've been the number one contender for three years and now I'm the mandatory challenger. If he doesn't want to fight me, he can vacate and I'll fight somebody else," Ajose said.