Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Charles Martin: When I'm in This Mindset, Nobody Can Beat Me

Former IBF heavyweight champion Charles Martin is looking to bounce back in style on Saturday night.

Martin will return to the ring as part of the televised undercard action leading up to the Errol Spence vs. Mikey Garcia PBC on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View, which takes place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Martin will take on Dallas-native Gregory Corbin in PBC Prelims on FS1 beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. 

charles-martin (2)_1

In his last fight, back in September, Martin suffered the second defeat of his pro career with a decision loss to Adam Kownacki at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Martin (25-2-1, 23 KOs) is now hoping that this opportunity can get him back in the mix.

"I'm thankful to be on this card. It's a blessing. I'm here to do my thing on Saturday. When I'm in this mindset, nobody can beat me but myself," Martin said.

"I know I'm going to be stronger and more skilled than this guy. I'm not overlooking him, but I'm going to show that he's not on my level.
 
"I don't try to be like anyone but myself. You'll see the best of me on Saturday. I have an obstacle at hand and I'm going to get rid of him. Then we'll look forward to what we have next. I'm not a man of words, I'm a man of action."

Corbin is undefeated, but he's never faced anyone on the level of Martin or anyone with his level of experience.

"It's been a long time coming, and if anyone knows my story, they know why I'm saying that. March 16 is going to be my 4th of July. I can't wait. I hope he's not overlooking me. I've got something for him. He's going to be in for a big shock on Saturday," Corbin said.
 
"This is very big for me and my community to be in this position. If you've ever watched a little bit of Riddick Bowe, a little Evander Holyfield and a little George Foreman, you'll see all of them in my body on Saturday."

Tags: Charles Martin image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by JakeTheBoxer on 03-16-2019

Martin -Kownacki 2 please.

Comment by archiemoore1 on 03-15-2019

We're all gonna see riddick bowe, evander holyfield and george foreman in your body??! Pause...

Comment by Oldskoolg on 03-15-2019

[QUOTE=Pound4PoundStud;19583770]What's wrong foreigner, why so sour?[/QUOTE] Americans in his head like some Jamaican “trees”

Comment by Adamsc151 on 03-15-2019

Seems he didn't have that mindset against Kownacki, he definitely didn't against Joshua. I don't think Martin get's inside the top 20 HW's even on his best night.

Comment by medium-deek on 03-15-2019

Didn't this knegga get paid like $7 million to fight AJ? I bet he has blown all that money already

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (20)
Top Headlines Wilder: Why Won't Fury Take Rematch if He Feels He Was Robbed? Argenis Mendez: That Was No Draw, I Beat Anthony Peterson Ryan Garcia Is The Boxing Superstar Of The Digital Era Lamont Peterson: It's Been a Long Career, But Today is The Today Hearn: Fury-Schwarz is Dreadful, Schwarz is Not Even Top 15! Sergey Lipinets Breaks Down, Stops Lamont Peterson in Tenth Lamont Peterson-Sergey Lipinets: LIVE BoxingScene Scorecard Jamontay Clark Survives Tough Moments, Beats Vernon Brown Anthony Peterson, Argenis Mendez Box To a Split Draw Erik Morales vs. Sergio Martinez Exhibition Clash in Talks Photos: Jarrett Hurd, Julian Williams - Face To Face at Presser Chudinov Stops Nuerlang in Five, Extends W-Streak To Five Peterson vs. Lipinets - LIVE Fights Results From MGM Lamont Peterson-Sergey Lipinets: Stats & Stakes Petr Petrov Stops Hermin Isava in Four Rounds in Spain PBC on FS1 Show Truly A Family Affair For Lamont Peterson Serhii Bohachuk Ready To Begin His 2019 Run at The Avalon Lamont Peterson: Never Felt Like I Was Done After Spence Loss Photos: Jessie Magdaleno Beats Ramos, Dadashev With Big KO Lamont Peterson Feels Refreshed Following Year-Long Ring Break Manny Pacquiao Leaves Spence Off List Of Potential Opponents Photos: Kubrat Pulev, With Horrible Cut, Knocks Dinu Out Photos: Charlie Edwards Dominates Moreno, Retains WBC Belt Photos: Joshua Buatsi, Lawrence Okolie Get Big Knockout Wins Photos: Lewis Ritson Arrives at 140 With Tough Decision Win Wlodarczyk, Cabrera Mioletti, Czerkaszyn Get Weekend Wins Bellew: I'm Not Sure Wilder & Fury Believe They Can Beat Joshua De La Hoya: Canelo Not Afraid of Kovalev, Andre Ward, GGG! Bob Arum: Wilder-Fury Rematch - Not Until February 2020 Julio Cesar Martinez Blasts Out Andrew Selby, Gains WBC Shot Kubrat Pulev Overcomes Severe Cut, Stops Dinu in Seventh Jessie Magdaleno Decisions Rico Ramos Over Ten Maxim Dadashev Flattens Ricky Sismundo in Fourth Round Top Rank on ESPN Undercard Results From Costa Mesa Sam Bowen Continues His Rise With TKO of Jordan McCorry Tyson Fury: I Can't Wait To Face Schwarz, He's Unbeaten & Fresh! Photos: Lamont Peterson, Sergey Lipinets - Ready For Battle Charlie Edwards Easily Outboxes Angel Moreno To Retain Title Nathan Gorman Easily Decisions Kevin Johnson Over Ten Joshua Buatsi Drops Liam Conroy Twice, Stops Him in Third
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement