17th December 2012
Ajisafe won the title against Darren Stubbs 17 months and was promised a British title eliminator fight that eventually fell through, and with other proposed fights frustratingly not materialising, Ajisafe has been kept out of the ring to his frustration.
Dickinson who was cut in the first round after a clash of heads and just couldn’t get to grips with Ajisafe’s movement, he took a sustained beating in truth, but never stopped trying and reached the final bell battered and bruised, but he made it and credit to his resilience for hanging in and giving it his best shot, but Ajisafe was inspired on the night and seemed to be another level above the Birtley man.
“I didn’t feel as if there was no ring rust
whatsoever I was sharp from the opening bell. I’ve been in top shape
and ready for a while, I was locked in I had a good camp and a week in
Fuertraventura. Ive been sparring well and getting pushed, but my power
and timing was on point so I was ready for anything.
“I was just
ready to fight and get it on. I knew I was keeping my belt even though
I’d been inactive I was confident in my ability. “I probably did handle
him easier than expected but that’s because I was so sharp and on it I
was boxing him, and out-boxing him early on in the fight using my
movement and skills then in mid fight I started mixing in power shots
hurting him, and rocking him.
“I’m better in every department
controlling the fight and kept my jab in his face. It was a master class
performance by myself. Widely out scoring the contest.
was a top prospect and brought everything he could. His record spoke for
itself! But I’m a different class and that’s what this game is about.”
“Ideally I’d like to be out three or four times next year, just staying busy now and active I need to be out regularly now and clean things up domesticly next year and then move on again and progress further on towards world honours.” added Ajisafe.
Full Interview with Bob Ajisafe here..