Jono Carroll says his Battle with IBF World Super-Featherweight Winner Tevin Farmer is a Fantasy come true Because they Match tonight at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, PA Go on DAZN in the US and on Sky Sports in the UK.
Carroll (16-0-1 3 KOs) struggles within his first World title bout against the Philly ace (28-4-1 6 KOs) who defends his title for a quick fire third time in five weeks.
A tense struggle week involves a mind yelling in Farmer’s hometown, with the group passing their IBF check-weigh that afternoon, winner scaling 138.7lbs and also the challenger 138.5lbs in what he calls a ‘life shifting ’ title shot.
The unbeaten Irishman says he couldn’t have scripted a better position for some sort of title fight only two weeks until St Patrick’s Day, and having said he’s ‘rattled’ the winner in the accumulation, in addition, he believes that Farmer may have underestimated him after his draw Guillaume Frenois within his last struggle in December.
“This is exactly what dreams are made of — topping a statement in America for some sort of title on St Patrick’s Day weekend,” said Carroll. “This affects my loved ones ’s life forever. I always come to bring the struggle, I put my heart on my sleeve every time I am in that ring you get the purest me.
“I hope that people are sleeping because of that last struggle, whenever you eventually become number one in the world and you also struggle for a domain name, people are going to watch you — plus so they WISh to get amused on top of that, and I bring that excess bit of entertainment with me since they do ’t even know what I am going to do next, they can’t even know because I don’t even know!
“I don’t even know why Tevin and I started to own beef, one thing just led to another and it escalated. Any man that combats for a global title you have to respect — and then he ’s a world-champion defending his title for the third time. You cannot take anything away from him and you also have to respect that which he’therefore done from the sport, and then he ’s done it the hard way.
“I must be smart inside and reveal that there’s a lot for my game too. I cannot be a one-trick pony that just comes forward, and I am not this anyway. My Dad always said that you cannot be one-styled as a fighter because some one will come along with got the formula to beat that style. There are occasions in there where I’ll have to be smart, times I will need to stand and struggle, there’s loads of stuff I will need to accomplish, however I know I am capable of accomplishing and I believe that this shot has arrived at the perfect time.
“Thus as opposed to sticking to the gameplan I began casting bigshots and that drained me, it had been dumb and maybe not exactly what I’m effective at. I wasn’t up to scratch and maybe I looked past him only a little bit and also his experience showed since he came on strong in the latter rounds. It ended up being a lesson, so it showed me that I just cannot roll over people at World degree, he’SA difficult man and he could bang. ”
Philadelphia Middleweight warrior Gabriel Rosado (24-11-1 14 KOs) faces Poland’s Maciej Sulecki (27-1 11 KOs) for the WBO International title and also a possible World title taken Demetrius Andrade, Philly Lightweight’s Hank Lundy (29-7-1 14 KOs) and also Avery Sparrow (9-1 3 KOs) struggle for local pride, Olympic gold medal pair Luke Campbell MBE (19-2 15 KOs) and Daniyar Yeleussinov (5-0 3 KOs) and silver medalist John Joe Nevin (11-0 4 KOs) taste their first actions of 20-19, unbeaten Super-Middleweight D’Mitrius Ballard (19-0 1 2 KOs) faces Victor Fonseca (17-9-1 14 KOs) while exciting New Jersey amateur star Raymond Ford makes his pro debut.