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Bika: I Have To Knock Dirrell Out, No Judges Needed

By Edward Chaykovsky

WBC super middleweight world champion Sakio "The Scorpion" Bika (32-5-3, 21 KOs) is taking no chances in his grudge rematch against unbeaten Anthony "The Dog'' Dirrell (26-0-1, 22 KOs). Last December they fought to a twelve round draw. Bika believes he did more than enough to win the fight, but Dirrell does as well.

"He ran around the first fight and I should have won. It's nothing new for me to fight in the States and I just have to go there and knock him out so there's no need for a judges' decision. I don't need to sit here and talk much. He's doing enough of that for the both of us. We'll see who's doing the talking after I get through with him on Saturday night," Bika said.

The Showtime televised rematch takes place on Saturday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 08-15-2014

I had Bika winning the first fight. If I remember correctly, Dirrell started trying to coast because he thought he had the fight in the bag. Was not impressed with him at all. Not even half the talent of his…

Comment by jas on 08-15-2014

Why do fighters say this, just setting themselves up to get robbed

Comment by parrish duke on 08-15-2014

He must be talking about Andre Dirrell, Anthony Dirrell (the Dog) doesn't move much, more head and upper body movement from him.. Anthony Dirrell stands his ground more than his brother, and goes for that KO - this will be…

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