“I am not solely focused on the fight going one certain way, we just have our game plan and we will see what happens in the ring. If I can knock him out, I will be ready to go for it. But if it goes 12 rounds, I have all of the skills to win a decision,” he added.
Sergiy Derevyanchenko is now waiting for a Saturday night when he will face WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo inside the ring. As of now, the Ukrainian pugilist is sharing some information about his training camp and thoughts on the fight itself, Bad Left Hook reports.
“I will definitely be his toughest test at middleweight. Jermall has never faced anyone like me. I will apply more pressure than he is used to. He has also never faced anyone with my footwork. I will fight more on the inside than his previous opponents,” Derevyanchenko said.
The Ukrainian contender once again emphasized that he was not going to concern himself with the judges.
As we reported earlier, the fight between Derevyanchenko and Charlo will take place at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.
It is scheduled for September 26.