Later this week we'll see WBA Minimumweight champion Knockout CP Freshmart (18-0, 7) [น็อคเอาท์ ซีพีเฟรชมาร์ท] take on former champion Byron Rojas (25-3-3, 11) in a mandatory defense.
Today the challenger, from Nicaragua, took part in a public work out session and spoke to the media.
The work out wasn't particularly intense, instead it seemed more about just going through the motions for those who went to watch the work out. The key worry however for the Thai was that Rojas looked bigger, much bigger than he had for the first with Knockout back in 2016. It seems clear that Rojas has physically matured whilst Knockout hasn't really grown any more since their first bout.
Interestingly Rojas' team revealed they had watched Knockout's tapes over 200 times and had spotted some weaknesses that they were going to be taking advantage of when the two men get in the ring.
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