GL: Congrats on your victory, can you give us some thoughts on your performance? I'm happy and at peace with how everything turned out. It was definitely a big change for me from the way I competed to yesterday's competition and I feel very comfortable in the pro's. GL: You fought a guy with 13 fights in your debut, was that by design? How did that come about? My manager and my promoter were the ones who picked my opponent, my goal was just go in there and fight, I'm not intimidated by anybody so that's just what I did, I went in there with the purpose of winning.
GL: With the exception of Misael, everybody got a first round knockout. Were you happy you got some work under your belt?
Lindolfo Delgado: "Yes, I'm happy that I got the knockout and got some work too. I feel like if I wanted to I could have knocked the guy out in the second round, but I stayed calm and stuck to what my corner said and just kept working."
GL: Since the fight was televised how would you describe it for the fans who haven't seen it?
LD: "I came out with the thought of boxing and using my distance to figure out my opponent. In the second round I came in sitting down on my punches and putting them in combination, and then basically I continued with that in the third round and I took him out."
GL: As a former Olympian are you disappointed that your debut wasn't televised?
LD: "Yes of course, I would have loved to be on TV. But I'm not disappointed because like many other champions I have to start from zero and build."
GL: When are you expecting your next fight to take place?
LD: "As soon as possible, I'll be ready to go whenever my promoter and manager it's time. I'm thinking I"m going to be back soon so I'm going to be training hard and waiting for the next opportunity."
GL: Is there anything you'd like to say to the fans in closing?
LD: "Thank you everybody for your support, I'm going to continue training hard and give the fans good fights."