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Boxing Betting: Being the underdog does not concern Brook
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 9 May 2013 10:07
Boxing betting fans know that Kell Brook will not be intimidated when he enters the ring for the first time as an underdog when he faces IBF champion Devon Alexander next month.
For the first time, the Sheffield fighter who makes very good boxing odds is stepping up to elite level to face southpaw Alexander, who at two different weights has already won titles, and boxing betting fans everywhere can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring when these men meet.
However, the undefeated Brook and his boxing betting fans are confident that he will be triumphant in Detroit.
“It’s the first time in my career I’ve been the underdog but it doesn’t matter to me,” the 26-year-old said.
“He’s the champion and people are expecting him to keep the title but we know differently. I’m going to show him – and the world – why people call me the Special One.
“This is the fight, the one I’ve dreamed of and the one I’ve trained for and there’s no way I’m not coming home without that title.
“There’s certain things that have happened in my life and it’s destiny, it’s just meant to be.”
Instead of being intimidated by having to go to the US to win the title, Brook believes that doing it the hard way will make the win all the sweeter, and many boxing betting fans can’t wait to see him clinch a victory and make very good boxing odds in the process.
“I’m going over to his backyard but I wouldn’t want it any other way,” he added.
“Going to the champion’s country and taking his title off him on his own patch is going to feel so good. It’s going to be the icing on the cake going there to do the business.
“I’ve got to do whatever it takes to win, whether that’s make it a dogfight or a technical fight. Whatever happens in that ring, the job will get done.
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“I’m getting more confident by the day and by February 23 I’ll be a man on a mission.”