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Here’s What Chris Arreola Says He’ll Do If He Loses to Adam Kownacki This Saturday (Video)

The Barclay Center is the place to be this Saturday if you want a good heavyweight boxing match. An undefeated boxer going up against a boxer with 5 losses and a chip on his shoulder.

Chris Arreola (46-5-1, 33 KOs) is not ashamed of his losses and doesn’t plan on adding anymore to his list. He knows what he’s up against when it comes to 30-year old Adam Kownacki (19-0, 15 KOs) and that’s why he’s been working with trainer Joe Goossen.

“I believe I still have the skills to do so,” Arreola said.

The Los Angeles boxer doesn’t want his name to be a loss on Kownacki’s undefeated record but will have to make an adjustment if he does in fact lose.

“When I fought Jameel McCline, he was one of those big heavyweights that everybody was talking about, but never made it,” said Arreola. “I don’t want to be that guy. I don’t want to be his Jameel. So that’s why I’m working hard out here with Joe Goossen. To make sure to put a little setback to his plans for the world title. He will get there, but my plan is to not let him use my name as a stepping stone.”

The next step for Arreola is not another fight. He believes if he gets his sixth loss –  his career is over.

“If I lose this fight, I will retire, plain and simple. I love the sport of boxing and I want people to still remember me as a world heavyweight champion.”

Calling his bluff but only time will tell.

Go to the next page to watch Arreola-Kownacki’s press conference on their PBC heavyweight showdown this Saturday.

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