Tim Tszyu Reflects On Defining Phase Of His Career
It truly feels like Tim Tszyu (20-0, 15 KOs) is ready to take things to the next level in the coming phase of his career.
Tszyu, who is the son of Hall of Famer Kostya Tszyu, has been enjoying the consistency in the last few weeks.
Currently, the Australian sits at the top of the junior middleweight rankings and the fans have recognized his hard work.
Tszyu looks like a heavy-loaded plane that is ready to take off. The only place where he can take flight is the United States. Destiny called him and he was ready to pounce.
In one of the most important phases of his career, he will go head-to-head against the 2012 U.S. Olympian Terrell Gausha on March 26. The national television audience will be glued to their TV screens on that day.
“Being on top of my game for the last five weeks has been an incredible feeling. I’ve been in Australia and it feels a little different. It is the same old habit as if to say that this is getting boring as I have done it many times,” Tszyu said.
“Now I am where I belong. I have only seen this on television before this. It brings a lot of buzz and excitement and I want to make the most out of this opportunity,” Tszyu added.