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Demetrius Andrade Wants To Win SATURDAY, And Get Added To 12-15 Canelo Card

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His talent is immense but he hasn’t been active enough to spread the word to all corners. Demetrius Andrade says he’s fixing to change that. It starts Saturday, Oct. 20 in Boston, and on DAZN; now, his foe is a step down, on paper, from what was scheduled.

BJ Saunders PED positive disqualified him from the scrap, and instead Namibian Walter Kautondokwa will sub in for the Brit. In this video chat with Cynthia Conte…

… Andrade laid out his case for why Saunders REALLY screwed the pooch before this opportunity to elevate himself to the tip top of the middleweight division.

The Rhode Island based boxer, 25-0, said he brings “speed and flashiness” and that will trump the supposed power of the Namibian. “I got a yacht, and we going to bring him into the deep waters, and drown his ass,” the 30 year old Rhodie asserted.

Andrade sounded pumped that DAZN has the best horses at 160, and he said he’s keen to be put on the Dec. 15 NYC card topped by Canelo Alvarez-Rocky Fielding 168 faceoff. He’s been inactive, he re-asserted, so he wants to make up for lost time.

Check out this whole interview, Andrade is well spoken and sharp.

 

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