Alen Babic will look to keep his destructive knockout streak going when he takes on Adam Balski for the vacant WBC Silver Bridgerweight Title on the undercard of Joshua Buatsi’s huge domestic Light-Heavyweight clash with Craig Richards at The O2 in London on Saturday May 21, live worldwide on DAZN (excluding New Zealand and Australia).
"I’m fulfilling my dream every time I come here. I’m in the best shape of my life. I expect this to be another knockout, a crazy knockout. I’m not just going there to box. I’m back to my old self. I’m just going to try to knockout this guy. I respect him and he respects me. It’s all good," Babic said.
"Let’s all just end careers by The Savage! I don’t have opinions. I just do stuff and that’s what I’m gonna do."
The big-hitting Croat took six rounds to take out Frenchman David Spilmont on the undercard of Joseph Parker’s rematch with Derek Chisora last time out in December – taking ‘The Savage’s’ record to ten knockouts from ten fights since turning pro in July 2019.
Balski, a man of few words, is just looking to get the win and had nothing to say in retaliation to Babic's vow of a knockout ending.
"As long as I can remember my friends from Poland lost when they came here, but I’m here to win. First of all I do respect my opponent, but he might not have too much experience in boxing. We will see on Saturday in the ring," Balksi said.
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