By Ruslan Chikov
Former cruiserweight king Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22KOs) is very confident in his ability to defeat IBF/IBO/WBO/WBA heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49KOs) on December 10th at the ESPRIT arena in Düsseldorf, Germany. Mormeck has been inactive since last December's decision win over Timur Ibragimov, but he appears to be more determined than ever.
A lot of pundits are considering this bout as a mismatch. Not Mormeck, who vowed to "break Klitschko's glass jaw" and plans to "return to Paris with a suitcase full of belts."
Based on his words, Mormeck found a new spark in his boxing heart. He doesn't want people to think he's crazy for predicting a knockout victory.
"I've discovered a wild desire. I haven't felt that way in quite some time. More than that, it is faith. It allows me to give like never before. I've never been so strong or as fast in my life. I'm not crazy, I know that I have in front of me and I realize what kind of fight this is," Mormeck said.