Joshua Buatsi has spin a latest 2016 Olympic fighting medallist to spin veteran on Saturday and he insists a timing is perfect.
The 24-year-old Briton, who was innate in Ghana and changed to live in south London with his family aged nine, has behind his entrance into a paid ranks so he could finish a university grade in Sports Science and Management.
Buatsi follows a likes of associate Rio 2016 medallists Shakur Stevenson (USA), Robson Conceição (Brazil), Fazliddin Gaibnazarov (Uzbekistan), Daniyar Yeleussinov (Kazakhstan), Misael Rodríguez (Mexico) and Tony Yoka (France) to quit a pledge ranks and join a veteran game.
Light-heavyweight Buatsi faces Spain’s Cuba-born Carlos Mena (4-6, 1 KO), who has mislaid his final 5 bouts, during a O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, on Saturday.
“It’s a right timing for me,” pronounced Buatsi.
“I had things to do after a Olympics and we wanted to take my time and import adult my options. This is a right time for me.
“I have been operative on my grade and I’ve been in a gym, we haven’t usually been during home with my feet adult and holiday.
“Boxing in a UK right now is in a good place so we feel that it’s right to be here, I’m on a right height and I’ve got a best upholder behind me. we usually have to gain on this.”
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Buatsi will be promoted by Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Sport and managed by Anthony Joshua’s government team.
Joshua, a reigning IBF-WBA universe heavyweight champion and 2012 Olympic bullion medallist, lerned with Buatsi progressing this week.
“I had to cruise all my options, not be slight minded,” pronounced Buatsi.
“I suspicion outward a box and looked during all a options and make a distributed move, and that’s what we did. I’m going to be with my pledge tutor to start with afterwards move in an gifted pro manager as that’s going to be critical to me in a future.”
Further down a line, Buatsi has a processed adversary on his doorstep. Anthony Yarde is a crowd-pleasing light-heavyweight from easterly London who is creation strides towards universe pretension contention.
“Everyone during light-heavyweight is a opposition and when a time is right and who ever is in a tip 10 or during No. 1, they are a people we wish to beat,” Buatsi said.
“When we go on Twitter we mostly see a question; Buatsi contra Yarde – who wins? Will it happen? Anthony is already 10 fights into his career and he’s doing fantastic, violence everyone, so good on him. I’m usually only starting so let’s see what happens, though it is a quarrel that needs to occur one day.”
Another intensity competition could be possibly of a dual fighters in a categorical eventuality on Saturday in south easterly London: British light-heavyweight champion Frank Buglioni and Ricky Summers.