That's about as much time as I'd give TC Sox
And for those who are getting excited about the weight issue, well Cameron isn't and offers no excuses if he loses. This from Adam Auld of Aus Boxing who interviewed him today
"I’ve done all the hard yards over the past 8 weeks,” Cameron told Aus-Boxing.com
. “I ticked every box, come back down from Heavyweight and I’m feeling very good.” Cameron fought his last fight at Heavyweight but has enlisted the help of a nutritionist to help with the weight cut, as the contract has stated he must weigh in two kilograms under the Cruiserweight limit. This tactic from Green Machine Promotions is legal under the IBO’s rules and was used when Green fought BJ Flores.
“I’m in a good place, I can tell you I’m certainly not at Heavyweight,” said Cameron. “I have a very good nutritionist on board and I’m eating the right meals. This will be the first time I can actually make the weight comfortably.”
“Before I’d do it really hard because I didn’t get any advice and use my knowledge. What it has shown me is that I don’t know anything about nutrition.”
“I’ll probably get in there on the night at 93-94kgs,” Cameron revealed. “I’m not really that concerned about trying to be bigger in the ring. I’m naturally going to be bigger and stronger so it’s not a concern for me.”