Daniela Asenjo intends to give a great night to Chilean boxing next April 9 when she challenges the World Boxing Association (WBA) champion, the Mexican Maribel Ramirez, at the Gran Arena Monticello, in San Francisco de Mostazal, Chile.
The Valdivia native will have her big opportunity after nine years of career and the fact of having it at home is a plus for the 31-year-old fighter.
It is a fight that has been postponed on two occasions due to different situations but at last both will be able to step into the ring, which makes the local fighter happy.
“I visualize myself every day, several times a day as champion. Before I live it I visualize it. I have to thank my sports psychologist who helped me in those difficult times. But I see it. I know it’s going to be a great night, a great show, and that keeps me calm,” said Asenjo in an interview with Redgol.com.
The Chilean assured that she has made a great preparation and that will be the key to the fight.
“I have prepared a lot, I have had more time to study my rival, in this case Maribel. I have had two years to define and decide different strategies for the day of the fight, and above all a lot of work in the gym, training and the time I have dedicated to it, which gives me security for when I am in the ring”, said Asenjo, who will have the most complicated challenge of her career.