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At yesterday’s East London press conference, Billy Joe Saunders made much of Willie Monroe Jr’s 6 round capitulation vs Gennady Golovkin in a previous world title bid 2 years ago.

“As soon as you fought someone with a real pulse, you QUIT,” taunted the defending WBO World middleweight champion from across the dais in the sumptuous new BT Sports Hub.

While fighters will always be prone to making hyperbolic and ultimately disingenuous remarks at such affairs, it was the American challenger’s response that perhaps revealed a psyche unprepared to run through hell in a gasoline sports coat in pursuit of glory.

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