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Boxing Betting: Maccarinelli wants to prove his critics wrong
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 10 April 2014 09:15
Maccarinelli, who is very well known with pay per head sportsbooks for his talent and boxing odds, suffered no less than five defeats by means of knockout, but the fighter is confident that in Rostock, Germany, the step down in weight division will pay up.
The 33-year-old Welshman said: “I’ve had 20 championship fights in my career from British to world title level and it is all experience in the bag.
“But I think the fight against Braehmer will be totally different and I won’t be reliant on any of that previous experience – it will come down to who wants it more, and that’s me.
Boxing betting fans and price per head services also know very well how experienced he is, and believe that his knowledge could be his greatest asset in this upcoming fight.
“I was making the cruiserweight limit easily for world title fights and I just felt that I could go down to light-heavyweight and still retain my power, which has been the case. I am faster and stronger now.”
Boxing betting fans saw that when he spoke about his 35-year-old opponent, ‘Big Mac’ said: “I really respect him. He was a top-quality amateur, who beat Ricky Hatton twice I believe. He is a very tough, hard man who has been around almost as long as me.
And pay per head sportsbooks know that the fighter has very good reasons to respect his opponent.
“I have been training with Gary Lockett in Cardiff and I have paid for some of the best sparring around. I have the biggest heart and desire to win the battle.
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“I want this title more than anything in my career. I really want to go out on top by winning this final world title.”
Boxing betting fans all over the world and pay head sportsbooks anticipate a very intense showdown when Maccarinelli takes on Braehmer, and can’t wait to see what the boxing odds will look like when this fight gets underway.