WBA Super / IBF light welterweight champion (up to 63.5 kg), Briton Josh Taylor (17-0-0, 13 KO), who knocked out Thai Apinun Hongsong in the opening round last Saturday in London (16-1-0, 13 KO ), believes that his performance made a depressing impression on the team of WBC / WBO champion Jose Ramirez (26-0-0, 17 KO).
“I think he doubted. From what I’ve heard, they talk a lot, which suggests that they are excited. They talk about heavy weight races, problem camps and the like. I’m sure their butts are twitching now. like rabbit noses.
I’m ready, and I’m not afraid of anyone. If his manager was for him, he would have made it to the WBSS, which is a bad sign. Do I think Ramirez is afraid? No, but his manager and his team really fear for him, “Taylor said.