Hamed, suffering from a heavy cold, was taken to the 11th round by his previous challenger, Manuel Medina, but yesterday he insisted: "There is nothing wrong with me this time. I'm healthy, fit and feeling hot. You will see the proper Naz. Call me brash or arrogant if you want, but I'm a winner."
Hamed, making his fourth defence of the title, mocked the challenger, who is unbeaten in 27 fights in Argentina.
Hamed said: "Apparently, he has never watched a video of me and prefers cartoons. That's a joke. I'm also told he's a bit of an electrician. In that case he will get sparked in the second round."
Handing Molina one of his own videos at yesterday's press conference, Hamed told the challenger: "Please don't pull out of the fight after watching it."
He also appealed to the World Boxing Council bantamweight champion, Wayne McCullough, telling the Irishman: "Let's get it on; winner takes all."
n Ladbrokes has cut the odds on Mike Tyson, Naseem Hamed and Steve Collins winning their respective world title fights tomorrow night. A spokesman said that Tyson and Hamed are both rated at 1-20. Collins' odds have been cut to 2-7 from 1-3 after a number of four-figure bets. Nigel Benn, at 5-2, has few takers.Reuse content