Casimero confident to KO Rigondeaux in three rounds


Known for his off court antics, John Riel Casimero continued his sharp tirades in the
final press conference of his fight against Guillermo Rigondeaux for the WBO
bantamweight strap.
Casimero, though, was a little calmer as he shown more respect to his opponent.
“I respect Rigondeaux because he’s a good boxer and a two-time Olympian. But I want
to show to the world that I can knock him out, and a lot of my fans want to see me knock
him out. So that’s what I’m going to do.”
Speaking of knockout, Casimero predicted that their fight will only last for three rounds.
“I have a surprise for Rigondeaux on Saturday night. He will maybe last three rounds.
Don’t run!”
The Filipino champion is on a hot roll as he stopped all his last six opponents, he is
confident the Cuban boxer is the next on the list.
“I’ve stopped my last six opponents, and Rigondeaux is next. He’s ‘finito.’
He also knows that his belt is not only at stake come August 14 th as it may lead to his
biggest fight yet.
“If I finish Rigondeaux, then maybe Donaire or Inoue will be next.”

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