“There will be no corruption”: Liam Paro will trust the work of the judges when he faces the Puerto Rican Subriel Matias in a foreign chicken coop

“There will be no corruption”: Liam Paro will trust the work of the judges when he faces the Puerto Rican Subriel Matias in a foreign chicken coop

The Australian fighter Liam Paro He does not feel the pressure of having to win by knockout, when he faces the Puerto Rican world champion Subriel Matias next June 15 in Manati.

On the contrary, the undefeated man trusts that the judges of the stellar evening at the Juan Aubin Cruz Abreu “Bincito” Coliseum will be fair when evaluating the fight for the super lightweight belt of the International Boxing Federation (IBF).

I have a lot of confidence in the ruling… that if it comes to a decision, the judges will do it right. There will be no corruption. I think if I have to go 12 rounds, I’ll do enough (to win). I think I’ll get the decision. I have full faith in the judges“Paro expressed in a video conference with The new day.

The fight for the IBF 140-pound strap will be 12 rounds.

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