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PATRAW-ROBERTSON: ROUND 3
"This fight basically means my career" said Patraw. This is do or die, I'm not playing. I did everything right for this fight. My diet was good and I feel mentally and physically strong. The second fight with him was a draw at worst. Yeah he knocked me down once. The second knockdown was BS, I tripped, but it is what it is. I feel like I did everything right in the last fight except for the knockdown, and my mind had a lot to do with it as well. I have no f--king fear, none at all. I worked hard for this and will show everyone on Saturday night."
Robertson's trainer John Hoffman also stressed the importance
of a victory for his fighter.
The heated rivalry between the two has been well documented. It is not so much a hated rivalry that exists between Patraw and Robertson but rather a competitive one. But following two fights and a third one on the horizon, it is clear that the two ring rivals do have a respect for each other that is usually the results of going to war so many times in the ring. Patraw says that he plans to put a hurting on Robertson but still wanted to extend his thoughts to him on a recent personal tragedy.
"I would like to say that I am very sorry for
Antwan and his family's loss of there baby. My heart goes out to them.
The Target Center Action begins at 7:30pm with the night coming to a close following the Main Event rematch between Matt Vanda and Phil Williams.