On Saturday, December 16, Sunny Edwards (20-0, 4 KOs) will face Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez (18-0, 11 KOs) at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona, for the IBF and WBO world flyweight titles, on a card that will be shown live on DAZN in over 200 countries across the globe. Ahead of their clash, both fighters met at the final press conference, where Edwards appeared full of confidence.

Sunny Edwards and ‘Bam’ Rodriguez Final Press Conference

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Sunny Edwards Has His Say

The flyweight title clash pits two impressive undefeated boxers against each other, in what promises to be a fascinating bout. “Showtime” was full of confidence and had plenty to say in response to “Bam” saying: “My hand will be raised in victory, and I am taking his belt, his 0 and it’s time.” 

The reason why I don’t talk in person is that if I started talking and bullying you the way I could; your trainer didn’t come to Orlando, and he’s not sat here – why? Because he is scared of what I say. Your whole team is on eggshells, no one wants to look at me, you have been walking doing sweat sessions last night; I just want to make sure you don’t have any excuses for your bad hand, or bad jaw, that’s why I didn’t bully you.”

Edwards continued: “You have been a nice, quiet little boy and now you want to say I don’t know who I am? You are the one that’s confused. Of course, I shake your hand, you are a fighter.”

“Bam” was unable to get many words in as the Brit added: “You didn’t want this fight. On Saturday night you are going to be like your brother, retired. You have no heart for this.

Take a trip down memory lane with Big Fight Weekend to when “Bam” stopped Srisaket Sor Rungvisai in stunningly easy fashion en route to a one-sided eighth-round knockout in June 2022.

Sunny Edwards will be looking to replicate the win – he achieved against Andres Campos by unanimous decision last time out.

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