IBF featherweight champion, Kiko Martinez says he’ll cease Josh Warrington of their rematch in Leeds on Saturday night time.
Martinez makes a maiden defence of the title he received with a surprising fourth spherical knockout over Child Galahad in November, when he meets Warrington on the First Direct Area virtually 5 years on from their first assembly in the identical venue, which ‘The Leeds Warrior’ received by majority resolution.
Nonetheless, the Spaniard has vowed to achieve revenge over his rival and believes he can win the conflict inside the space.
“I feel it’s going to be an identical struggle [to the first meeting],” Martinez told proboxing-fans.com.
“I’ll be on the entrance foot, I’ll be attacking and he’ll be form of working away.
“So, hopefully he’s bought a number of legs in him, as a result of I’ll be on at him.
“I feel I cease him. I can’t let this go right down to the judges and allow them to take away my belt or a factors resolution that takes away my belt.
“So, I consider I’ll knock him out.”
Warrington, who will try and turn into a two-time featherweight champion and win again the belt he made three defences of earlier than vacating, fights for the primary time since his rematch with Marucio Lara was declared a technical draw following an unintended head conflict in September, seven months after his sole skilled loss to the Mexican.
Nonetheless, Martinez, 36, says he’ll look to fulfil his dream of unifying with the opposite champions, offering he’s profitable with Mark Magsayo [WBC], Emanuel Navarrete [WBO] and Leo Santa Cruz [WBA ‘super] the opposite belt holders.
“That might be the massive dream to go and unify,” Martinez added.
“With no matter world champion exists, for instance Navarrete or the opposite two that exist.
“It might be form of crowning my glory in that division and it might be an enormous dream come true for me.”
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