By Luke Furman
Polish giant Mariusz Wach (27-0, 15KOs) continues to display a strong mental confidence regarding a fall clash with WBO/IBO/WBA/IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (58-3, 51KOs).
Wach, as stated in another recent interview, believes he has nothing to lose in the contest. He watched plenty of Wladimir's fights and he saw several items that he plans to expose.
"Even if I lose, I don't lose anything. On the contrary, I'll gain something regardless of the verdict. I just want to show the good side of boxing to the entire world. So I'm really really at peace and I will come to the ring relaxed, confident, and I'll do my part," said Wach.
"I can only win by a spectacular knockout. I absolutely can not fight [with Wladimir dictating things], because [that would be like] accepting defeat. I will have to offer the necessary terms, [in the ring], to surprise and kill Klitschko's rhythm. You have to sweat it out it firmly, push the defense and land powerful shots."
"Each fighter can be hit in an uncomfortable position, including Wladimir, which showed in the three fights where he lost early. It shows that he is not super human, he can be hurt and defeated. And thanks to the courageous fighting style of his opponents in the early rounds, [Wladimir] was getting tired. Only by placing constant pressure on Klitschko will you receive the greatest strength."
Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org