Richardson Hitchins will be headlining for the very first time in his profession on Saturday night against Jose Zepeda at Caribe Royale in Orlando, Florida. Hitchins, who is unbeaten with a record of 16-0 and 7 KOs, aspires to show his abilities and display a spectacular efficiency. A success over Zepeda, a previous World title opposition with a record of 37-3 and 28 KOs, will bring him closer to a chance at the champion belts in the 140lbs department.
Before the fight, Hitchins and his promoter Eddie Hearn checked out the School of Hard Knocks fitness center in Orlando to support and coach young fighters. Reflecting on his journey, Hitchins acknowledged how far he has actually originated from modest starts to being on the brink of splendor.
Despite the pressure of headlining, the 25-year-old fighter stays unfazed. He thinks that he was born for this and that he is fully equipped to manage the pressure. Hitchins exhibits self-confidence in his capabilities and considers himself among the very best in the sport.
For Hitchins, every chance is essential, and he approaches every fight with a must-win mindset. He desires master boxing and reach the peak of the sport. Looking back on his journey, from being influenced by Marcus Browne in the 2012 Olympics to signing with Mayweather Promotions and beating a previous World Champion, Argenis Mendis, Hitchins sees his existing position as fate.
Throughout his journey, doubts and barriers have actually come his method, however Hitchins stays concentrated on his objective. He remembers the obstacles his household dealt with when they were homeless, however boxing has actually supplied him with an escape. Hitchins is identified to utilize his skill to enhance the lives of his household and contribute favorably to society.
Hitchins’ fight with Zepeda becomes part of a stacked card in Orlando. Alongside him, British star Conor Benn will likewise make his return, dealing with Mexican Super-Welterweight Rodolfo ‘Sinaloita’ Orozco. Additionally, Jessica McCaskill and Sandy Ryan will clash in a unification fight for several welterweight titles, and Austin ‘Ammo’ Williams will push his claims for a world title in the middleweight department against Steve Rolls.
The card likewise includes Orestes Velazquez protecting his WBA International Super-Lightweight title, Khalil Coe going for another knockout win, Jeovanny Estella and Jasmine Artega tasting action in their particular departments, and Roberto Rivera Gomez opening the night with his bantamweight bout.