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Arias: Romero ready to throw himself against Tank, people underestimate his physique

Ahead of next weekend’s lightweight PPV main event between Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis and Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero, middleweight fighter Luis Arias – who is also fighting on the card – explains why he thinks this will be a bigger fight. difficult for Tank than most anticipate. Find out how he sees the game.

“I think it’s going to be a really good fight, man. I think a lot of people will underestimate Rolly’s physique and strength,” Arias said. “I think this is a fight where Tank won’t be the strongest – I mean he’s usually the smallest but he’s usually still the strongest. And Rolly with his experience (judo), he’s like a real badass. This is where we’ll see how competent Tank will be.

“They are sleeping (on this fight) because Rolly is not so well known, but Rolly is a very strong guy, he is going to test Tank in a way that he really hasn’t been tested, really just because of the physical part.”

On what he remembers of Romero from his days at the Mayweather Gym and his willingness to get in the ring with anyone

“He didn’t really care (who fought). That’s the thing, Rolly really is a fighter. He doesn’t care, like ‘Come on, let’s play, let’s fight’, whatever. It really is to be thrown away. Even when he’s fighting you can see he’s trying to throw hard and he’s trying to throw so I think that aspect of this fight is going to be really interesting because he’s going to go out the door trying to make know to Tank – for him to be able to win this fight, he has to show and show Tank that I’m not afraid of him.

“We’ve seen what Tank can really do, but we have to see what he’ll be able to do with someone who’s just crazy and doesn’t care. So I’m looking forward to it, it’s going to be a great fight and I’m going to be there.

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