Bronco Billy Wright on training camp preparations
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Bronco Billy Wright on training camp preparations
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Bronco Billy Wright
LAS VEGAS (March 3, 2015) - 50-year old WBC #17 heavyweight contender, "Bronco" Billy Wright (46-4, 37 KOs), is less than two weeks away from his upcoming 10-round main event bout with Gilberto Matheus Domingos (22-2, 20 KOs). The bout takes place at the We Ko Pa Casino in Fort McDowell, Arizona on the RJJ Boxing Promotions card March 13, 2015. Bronco Billy Wright gives his thoughts on training camp and defending his WBC LATIN AMERICAN and FECARBOX titles.

Bronco Billy on training camp preparations....

"Training camp has been tough this time around. I've been working really hard to get in the best shape of my life. My trainer Rafael Garcia Jr. has me doing some out of the box training methods that has been real beneficial to my boxing style. We are finishing up our last days of sparring this week. I'll be ready to bring it next Friday.

Bronco Billy gives his thoughts on his bout with Domingos....

"I know Domingos is going to be looking for the knockout as am I, so we'll see who lands the first bomb. Like in all my fights, I'll be looking to end the fight early. If I need to go some extra rounds, I'm ok with that, as I'm in good boxing shape. He's going to taste some my power, that's for sure.

Bronco Billy comments on defending his WBC titles....

"Defending my WBC LATIN AMERICAN and FECARBOX titles is a pretty big deal for me. It's my leverage to compete at the top level as I try to crack the top ten in the WBC. Right now I'm at #17, but I plan to move up with each fight this year.

Bronco Billy discusses being a 50-year old heavyweight contender....

"At this age I feel stronger then I was when I was younger. It's that old man strength I guess you can call it. I'm smarter, wiser and more discipline at this stage in my career. I have a goal to become the heavyweight champion of the world and motivation is greater than ever. A lot of these top contenders are shying away from fighting me. I just want to earn my opportunity and fight the best.


Tickets priced $20 general admission, $35 and $50, are on sale now and can be purchased by calling Bronco Billy Wright at (702) 524-3331.

The We Ko Pa Casino is located at 10424 North Fort McDowell Road, Fort McDowell, AZ 85264. Doors open at 6:00 P.M. first fight is at 7:00 P.M.


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