Danny Roman (29-3-1, 10 KOs) believes every man has a weakness and will look to exploit any he finds in Stephen Fulton this Saturday night.
The pair will throw down in what could be a fight of the year contender at The Armory in Minneapolis.
Roman, a former unified super-bantamweight champion, is tasked with trying to take Fulton’s WBC and WBO titles and the 32-year-old says we will see an improved version of him this weekend.
“I’m up against a very skilled fighter who doesn’t have many flaws, but every man has a weakness, and I’m going to exploit Fulton’s,” said Roman in a press release.
“I believe my style will be very difficult for him to adjust to. He’s never been in the ring with an experienced fighter like me. I know what needs to be done to be victorious in this fight. The world will see a greatly improved version of myself in this fight. I’ll be throwing a lot of punches till the final bell and I’m preparing to go the distance.”
Roman is prepared to give everything he has in a bid to become a two-time unified champion at 122lbs.
“I’ve worked my way back to this position with a lot of sacrifice, dedication and perseverance. These opportunities don’t come by for most fighters, so I’m grateful to my entire team for believing in me and sticking by my side. I’m fighting for two world titles, this time for the WBC and WBO belts, and best believe I’m going to leave everything in the ring.”