Chudinov predicts Buglioni will come up short at world level

Russian Hitman Fedor Chudinov is ready to do a clinical job on Frank Buglioni this Saturday at the SSE Arena, Wembley.

The WBA World Super-Middleweight Champion went through a hard-hitting media training session at the famous Peacock Gym in East London on Tuesday and insists his preparations are perfect.

Chudinov v Buglioni headlines a packed show with stars Lewis Pettitt, Bradley Skeete and Ryan Walsh all in championship title action, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

“I’m here in London, I’m settled and I’m ready to fight,” Said Chudinov.

“All my hard training has been done and now I just have to focus on Saturday night and keeping hold of my world title, nothing is more important,”

“We’ve seen plenty of Frank Buglioni and I know what I have in front of me, he’s a good strong fighter, but he will be found short at world championship level,”

“It doesn’t matter where I fight in the world, a ring is a ring to me and I will do the job that I have to do and I will beat Buglioni.”

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Buglioni v Chudinov headlines ’Man vs. Machine’ with London hotshot Frank Buglioni challenging WBA World Super-Middleweight Champion Fedor Chudinov for his crown.

An action packed card also features Cromer battler Ryan Walsh facing Hull’s Samir Mouneimne with the Vacant British Featherweight Title on the line; all-action Erith talent Lewis Pettitt challenges for the Vacant Commonwealth Super-Bantamweight Championship against Bobby Jenkinson; Penge hero Bradley Skeete defends his WBO European Welterweight crown against Heywood’s Mark Thompson.

Plus on the undercard Dulwich light-middleweight Ahmet Patterson; exciting heavyweight Dereck Chisora goes in over ten rounds; light-middleweight ace Gary Corcoran; Dublin lightweight Jamie Kavanagh; Canning Town lightweight Romeo Romaeo; Dagenham lightweight Ediz Hussein; Chingford super-featherweight Boy Jones Jnr, and Chelmsford super-featherweight Billy Long.

The Channel Of Champions, BoxNation, will televise, live and exclusive on Sky 437/HD 490, Virgin 546 and Talk Talk 415. Subscribe at BoxNation or watch online at Livesport.tv or via iPhone, iPad or Android.

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