Former two-time world title challenger Dominic Breazeale has made a vow to KO his next adversary Otto Wallin.
The American is scheduled to fight Sweden’s Wallin this upcoming March in the US. Breazeale, 35, hasn’t fought since May 2019 when he got stomped by Deontay Wilder in the very first round.
Even though he’s been absent from the big scene in the past two years, the man that calls himself “trouble” believes he can punish Wallin.
“It’s definitely going to be a great showdown. I’m a big puncher, from what I’ve been told he’s a durable character, so I’m going to test the waters early and see what’s he got. He’s got a lot of vulnerabilities. … I can’t guarantee what round, but it’s definitely going to be a knockout, for sure. I’ve got a lot of power in both hands, and in this situation, I get to use my right hand a lot more than I use in the past.”
Wallin, on the other hand, has been more active in recent times. The 30-year-old European defeated Travis Kauffman this last August, getting back to his victorious days after he got beat by Tyson Fury in 2019.