Delphine Pearson is now 38 years old, but the fire is still burning. On May 28, it again fought an important battle at Torhout. And she will compete in front of her fans with the 28-year-old South Korean Bo Mi Ri Shin.
It will be a battle between the world’s number two and third in the final eliminator world championship and WBC Silver Super Featherweights. “It’s actually a World Championship semi-final,” Pearson said of her new challenge. American Alycia Baumgardner is the WBC, WBO, WBA, IBO and IBF weight class champion. If Pearson wins her camp in May, she can fight the American for the world title.
“This match is not a gift. Bo Mi Ri Shin is a strong opponent, a bulldozer. I will continue to work full time with the police until the end of March. After that I will take some time off to prepare for camp. Keep in mind that I am now training every day as well. We will analyze the opponent well. It is You always fight forward. Like me, you never choose the small camps. On the contrary.”
“I’m having another important camp in my life. I want to win because I want to enter the World Championships again. If things go wrong, it might be time for a farewell game, but I haven’t thought about that yet.”
Pearson has completed 50 camps to date. She won 47 of them, 19 by KO. I barely lost three matches. Bo Mi Re Shin has a total of 15 wins, 8 by KO, 1 defeat and 3 draws by hand.
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