Although it may be the first big test of his professional boxing career, Puerto Rican prospect Roberto Acevedo (7-0, 4 KOs) says he's treating it like just another fight when he takes on Chicago's also undefeated Paul Littleton (6-0-1, 4 KOs) on Friday, March 22, 2013, at Chicago's UIC Pavilion. Take a look at a quick Q&A with the undefeated Puerto Rican super-prospect below.
How did training camp go?
My training camp has gone as always: great. I'm learning something new every day! I'm at a level where I'm like a sponge; taking in everything my trainers Chico Rivas and John David Jackson show me. I'm getting great sparring with great fighters like Sergey Kovalev and Marcus Upshaw.
You're heading into the biggest test of your career, are you ready?
I don't consider this fight to be the biggest test of my life, since I did my pro-debut against a guy that had a great amateur background and was part of the Junior Olympic also he competed at the AIBA Semi-Pro tournament. But I still ...