“I always try that the hallmark of the house is the knockout”: Vaquero Navarrete seeks to liquidate Joet González

Vaquero Navarrete Joet González

Aware of how complicated it will be Joet gonzalez, the Mexican boxer Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete made one of the best preparations for the second defense of the featherweight title of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) and he wants to do it with the hallmark of the house: the knockout.

“I always try or try to have the house stamp be the knockout and this time it will not be the exception,” said the Cowboy in an interview with LEFT PUNCH. “I have said it openly, I prepare to always look for the knockout. Although it has been complicated sometimes, I try to get ahead and there is proof of it ”.

With 34 career wins, Emanuel Navarrete he has won 29 on the fast track, including eight of his last 10 fights. The only recent decisions were when he was crowned super bantamweight champion with Isaac dogboe, and at his featherweight coronation against Ruben Villa.

It will be this Friday when Navarrete cowboy Make the second defense of the 126-pound title against a tough opponent. Joet gonzalez is number one in the rankings of the OMB, which is why the Cowboy warns not to be trusted. and for which he worked intensely the last few weeks.

“I can say that it is one of the best preparations we have made,” he said. Navarrete. “Without any details, everything has gone quite well. We take great care of the weight issue, we strengthened all aspects very well, I think I have always shown that I am preparing to fight anyone 12 rounds. We know that not all of them are easy, some are more complicated than others, but I always go to the top to look for the knockout ”.

What will the Vaquero find in Joet González?

He ruled out being someone who cares about studying the opponent. He focuses more on him and what he can do in the ring, but he acknowledged that next Friday at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego he will have a strong and difficult opponent. He will have to decipher it in the ring to impact him and win.

“I am not a person who is used to studying rivals,” commented the Cowboy. “I know that he is a fierce fighter, that he likes to go forward, he doesn’t get too uncomfortable or careless. That complicates the issue of entering and looking for areas to connect, but we are doing well and strong. I think that is going to be fundamental in the last rounds to define the fight ”.

What the native of San Juan Zitlaltepec, State of Mexico, is sure of is that he is forced to make a fight superior to his rival to consummate the second defense of the 126-pound scepter.

“He really is a very complicated fighter, he is practically undefeated (24-1),” he considered. Emanuel. “He has earned the opportunity 100 percent. But I tried to focus on that aspect of preparation to reach 100 as well and not make a fight inferior to what he is going to present. Joet because the defense can be complicated ”.

Navarrete’s boxing evolution

With a notorious boxing evolution in his career, the champion in two different divisions knows that there is much to improve and that he seeks in each preparation. And he does so with the aim of not losing the essence that characterizes him, that of the fajador.

“There are many details in which I am not the best, we have tried to work, to improve perhaps aesthetic, physical aspects”, added the Cowboy. “It is also difficult for me, my physiognomy is little different, it is difficult for me because of my long joints. But I feel good because the work has been done well and there have been results. We try to improve, but without losing the essence of the fighter that characterizes us, the striker. Although sometimes it looks a little bad, we try to continue with that ”.

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