Brewster-Golota Final Presser Quotes!


Brewster-Golota Final Presser Quotes!

ANDREW “Powerful Pole” GOLOTA:“On Saturday May 21, there will be a new WBO heavyweight champion. There is no question if I don’t win, because if I don’t win it will be over for me. I’d like to fight Ruiz again, I know I won that fight and I would like to finish the job. But look at Ruiz, he’s got nine lives, no one can’t get rid of him, no one can take his title away. I hope all the Polish fans will come and support me because I’ll make them proud. There will be a lot of fans in the arena, but when the bell rings there will only be two men in the ring and I will take care of business.”



“Praise the Lord. This is my calling. This is my destiny. Ring the bell.

Paul “Hurricane” BRIGGS

“I’m fighting a guy that is strong and fast. But he is fighting a guy that is even stronger and much faster.

“I had to fight three elimination bouts to get to this point. I had to go through a lot of guys to be here. You will see a great fight Saturday night when I become the WBC light heavyweight champion.”


“I expect a great fight on Saturday night. I want to be a champion more than anything else.”


“I hope Rhoshii Wells is well prepared for this fight, because I don’t want to hear excuses coming from his camp. I know I trained really hard and I will work to knock him out like I did the first time. I am dedicating this fight to my aunt who recently passed away and I will
end it before we get to 10 rounds.”

RHOSHII “The Mongoose” WELLS

“I can’t loose. I know this guy too well, I fought him before but he will be the one to get knocked out.”

Tickets priced at $35, $75, $100, $200, $300 and $500 are on sale now and can be purchased at the United Center Box Office,, and  at all Ticketmaster outlets.  Tickets can also be charged by phone by calling (312) 559-1212.  The event is being promoted by Don King Productions in association with the United Center.

This marks the first time a world heavyweight championship will be decided in the Chicagoland area since World Boxing Association heavyweight champion Mike Weaver won a unanimous 15-round decision over James “Quick” Tillis at the Rosemont Horizon on Oct. 3, 1981.