Demko vs. Allam – Hear Demko’s Introspect of their upcoming fight.

You heard from Mohamed Allam’s (2-1-0) about his upcoming fight against Travis Demko (4-0-0) on March 27, 2016 and NOW it’s time to hear from Demko. A little background on this matchup, back on September 18, 2015, both fighters fought a 4 round bout. There was aggressiveness from both fighters, some rounds were close. The judge’s scored the fight 39-37; 39-37 and 39-37 all in favor of Demko by UD. Many people in the crowd thought that Allam won the fight.

Now on May 13, 2016, on the Manfredo/Camacho undercard we have a 6 round rematch! (CLICK HERE for the post interview after the initial fight and CLICK HERE for Allam’s recent interview).

Pattee Mak: When I spoke to Allam and asked him “How did this rematch come about?” He replied, “Demko’s management kept trying to make the fight happen. I was always willing but I guess he [Demko] didn't want that fight.” Why were you looking for the rematch if the judges scored it in your favor?

Demko: Why was I looking for the rematch? Never was looking for one, he's a bum I beat him once and I'll do it again.

Pattee Mak: What are your thoughts on your performance of the previous fight and were you satisfied with the results of the judge’s scorecard?

Demko: I hopped off a barstool and still won the fight with ease. I'm in a good place right now.

Pattee Mak: In my post video interview (click here), Allam mentioned that “…He [Demko] was walking around in shame cause he knows he lost….”. Your thoughts?

Demko: That's a loser speaking right there. Losers need to come up with excuses. I won the fight unanimously, I'm looking for some real competition.

Pattee Mak: What would you like to say to Allam in regards of the comments that were made?

Demko: Nothing. The fights going to happen on May 13th. We'll be seeing each other.

Pattee Mak: Now that you spent time in the ring with Allam, what will you and your trainer be doing differently in preparation of this matchup on the 13th?

Demko: Nothing, back to business.

Pattee Mak: What weakness did you see in Allam and what do you think his strengths were?

Demko: I didn't see any strengths.

Pattee Mak: Last question, as of right now will you be 100% ready for this fight with no injuries or set backs?

Demko: I'm ready 24/7.

Pattee Mak: Any last words to your fans?

Demko: No words. Appreciate the interview, hit my website for tickets and gear. See you in a few weeks.

Pattee Mak: Thanks again for the interview. This is a bout that many are looking forward to see.

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(Above bout is subject to change)

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