Tommy McCarthy [18 (9) -2 (1)] believes he has received one of the easiest world titles in boxing history.

if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position ( ‘div-gpt-ad-irish_boxing_com-medrectangle-3-0’)}; The European champion was promised a world title when he registered the victory in the DAZN show Fight Camp card next Saturday in the Matchroom headquarters.

Beat Chris Billiam-Smith [12 (10) -1] in a now-anticipated Triple Crown title bout between the British, Commonwealth and Europe and Eddie Hearns Matchroom will push him to one of the four world champions on his weight .

The same applies to the opponent of the Oliver Plunket graduate and world ranking opponent, “The Gentleman”, which means that the Big Man Meeting can be viewed as the unofficial world championship winner.

if (typeof __ez_fad_position ! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-irish_boxing_com-box-4-0’)}; And ‘The Mac Attack’ believes it wasn’t given a relatively easy way to honor the world.

“I’ll fight everyone, but to fight Chris Billam-Smith, to get the clean swing and then fight for a world title, you couldn’t have picked a better opponent. Some people have World Cup eliminators against killers, and I have Chris, I couldn’t say no, “he said during the last press conference before the show.

The 30-year-old has the advantages that he brings to the fight, made very clear and emphasized that he can only suffer defeat if he suffers poor concentration or underperformance.

“I don’t mind anything about Chris, I have better boxing skills, I am elusive, I have more experience, all of these cards are stacked in my favor. “Chris is just rolling the dice here, it’s a huge mistake to take this fight at this stage in his career.” I’ve already said it, he’s not ready for such a big jump, he didn’t fight at a good level and he’s getting to my level. I’ll prove that on Saturday evening.

Tense look between Tommy McCarthy and Chris Billam-Smith before tomorrow’s cruiserweight showdown from Europe, Commonwealth and Great Britain at the #FightCamp #McCarthyBillamSmith

“Chris is a good fighter, but he’s not at my level. This is not an opinion based on the facts, he neither has my experience nor has he boxed at my level. I’m going to beat him all over the ring on Saturday night. ”McCarthy also revealed that he doesn’t believe“ CBS ”believes the prediction he’s been sharing throughout the build. if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-irish_boxing_com-banner-1-0’)};

“Big Tommy” thinks Billam-Smith is the “middle to late Stop “line and repeat it like a parrot.

“He said he was going to knock me out; he said the exact same one-liner in every interview – “I think I’ll stop him mid to end of the round” – someone tells him. He says what Shane says. I come here to smash him to pieces. ”

The Shane McGuigan trained English fighter is the bookies favorite to take on the 12-round fight and his story seems to have caught the attention of fans to have.

“The UK public seems to like him, he’s the great white hope in cruiserweight division. He’s the great, great Englishman, “The Gentleman” and all that, I think that’s why they all support him. But I am Ireland’s great black hope and come to burst the British bubble. ”

Manager Mark Dunlop announced that McCarthy has been fueled by Billam-Smith’s reputation and is backing his man to secure an impressive win to getting one step closer to a world title.

This is the triple crown of British and Irish boxing; We’re happy to face Chris for all three belts. Chris seems like a nice guy, but I feel like he’s being pushed to say the things he says. At the end of the day when you step into this ring there will only be one winner and that will be Tommy McCarthy. “I’ve never seen Tommy so committed, he hasn’t been out of camp since the last fight and that’s why he’s in incredible shape. He sniffs at the European level and steps on the door to the world title – he is number three in the IBF. Tommy goes for everything, all belts and the world title. That’s why we’re here, not for the money, but for the fame. ” employee for 15 years and editor for the past ten years. I’ve been boxing for over 16 years and have been writing about sports professionally for 19 years.

Former Assistant Sports Editor for Gazette News Paper Group and former Tallaght Voice Sports Editor. As a freelance journalist, work has been published in publications around the world.

Also co-founder of Junior Sports Media and winner of the Leinster Rugby PRO of the Year.

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