Dylan Biggs is preparing for his third pro fight against experienced boxer, Krishna Mudaliar.
Mudaliar, 31, has had 20 pro fights resulting in 7 wins and 13 losses and is a great opportunity for the 19-year-old Biggs.
“I’m excited to get back in the ring this year and start 2022 off with a bang”, Biggs said.
“I’ve been training hard and getting ready for the weight cut. Once that’s out of the way, the fight is the easy part”.
The 10-year age gap between Biggs and his opponent doesn’t worry him at all and he views it as an advantage.
“I don’t see the age as being much of a challenge as I have sparred and fought against adults since I was probably about 13 years old and was basically thrown into the deep end”, he said.
“I actually think there is more talent in the younger kids these days. I find them just as hungry as me which makes the more dangerous in the ring”.
Biggs boxing coach, Justin O’Leary, is extremely confident in getting the victory in Toowoomba.
“Dylan has been training extremely hard and we’re confident that will show in the ring and end up in a victory”, he said.
After fighting twice in 2021, Biggs hopes that COVID doesn’t affect the boxing community this year so he can be more active.
“I want 2022 to be a huge year and my goal is to be extremely active”, he said.
His 2021 fights resulted in two wins, a knock out against Rachan Klomgleang in March and a unanimous decision from judges against Jonathan Tuhu in September.
Biggs’ fight will be held at Rumours International in Toowoomba on 12 March 2022.