Ukrainian boxer Denys Berynchyk who has WBO International belt in the lightweight category commented on his future opponent, the Japanese Nihito Arakawa, as the press office of the K2 promotion company quoted him.
“The opponent is a very strong warrior, not a step backward. It won’t be easy for me. All the fights that my opponent have lost were lost by the decision of the judges, so I think the fight will last for 12 rounds. The distinguishing feature of the Asian boxers is perseverance and ability to move ahead,” the boxer said.
Stas Hryhorchuk, the coach of the Ukrainian noted that the preparation to the fight is held as scheduled.
“The preparation is going well. It's our seventh week of the camp, all is going according to the schedule, we are sparring. No problems yet. Speaking of the opponent, he is experienced and he boxed with prominent opponents. We understand that he will take a punch as he doesn’t have pre-term defeats. So we will try to aim for all the way,” Hryhorchuk said.
As it was reported, Denys Berynchyk will fight with Nihito Arakawa on April 20.