Josh Taylor is engrossed his training camp for the biggest fight of his career, on May 22 in Las Vegas, against José Carlos Ramírez in a battle royal of undefeated champions, with ALL the super lightweight world titles on the line.
Taylor, who hopes to be the first Scottish boxer to become a unified champion, commented in an interview with the East Lothian Courier:
“I don’t feel any pressure. I have trained my whole life for this moment. It’s a dream fight and I’m sure any fighter on the planet would love to be a part of a fight like this. There is no pressure at all, and I am going to enjoy the chance and the opportunity to be the first Scotsman to be a unified champion.
“I would have loved for the match to be at Edinburgh Castle or Easter Road or even the SSE Hydro. It would have been great to have him here, but every fighter dreams of seeing his name in the bright lights of Las Vegas or New York’s Madison Square Garden. I am absolutely delighted for this fight, “commented Taylor.
“It is the biggest fight that exists and the biggest of my career. I’ve worked hard to get to this point my entire life and I’m absolutely thrilled.”.