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Michael Zerafa struck back after showing zero respect for his next unknown but undefeated opponent, Danelo ‘Dash’ Creati, on Wednesday.

Zerafa spoke respectfully about Creati to foxsports.com.au before the duo reunited on stage for their press conference and all hell broke loose.

The Italian explained that he will take Zerafa to “ICU” when the pair fight in Sydney on November 23.

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Creati has an 8-0 record and over 100 amateur wins and the 33-year-old is confident he can beat his Australian rivals.

Zerafa is 30-4 and took the fight on short notice in preparation for his scheduled fight with superstar Gennady Golovkin.

“Whoever is in front of me, I have the same job to do, they have two arms, one head and they are bleeding red,” Zerafa told foxsports.com.au.

“I was there with the best and he is just another opponent in my World Championship fight.

“I am at my best right now, I am 30 years old, I feel good, I feel strong, I am at my best.

I’ve never heard of him. I have never seen him fight, but God bless him and his family and there will be war.

“He’s talking about a great game. Many speak, many fall. We will see. Just put sponsors under your shoes because you’ll be staring at the ceiling.”

The WBA ranked Zerafa the number one middleweight in the world, but Creati is not in the least intimidated.

“As soon as I started looking into his eyes, I entered his soul and this is where he starts smiling and talking shit,” Creati said.

Michael Zerafa and his next opponent Danelo Creati. Source: FOX SPORTS

“My job is to make him look like an idiot and literally a clown because he has never fought anyone like me.

“I’m so soft, I’m too soft for him. He won’t catch me. I still have a straight nose after 20 years of boxing, 145 amateur fights and eight professional fights.

“He doesn’t know anything, so I laugh inside because I love that he overestimates me.

“Good luck to Michael because it’s going to be a big surprise for everyone.”

It will be Zerafa’s first main event card since pulling out of his main event fight with Tim Tszyu in Newcastle last year.

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Zerafa was criticized for the move, but has since said he was lied to and cheated on before the fight.

“It was hard, but time heals,” Zerafa said.

“A lot has been said and promised and it’s been a chaotic part of my career, but now we’re here and everything happens for a reason.

“This fight will happen eventually, but for now my focus is only on Danelo.”

The no-limit card will also include the rematch between Paul Gallen and Justin Hodges, as well as rising Australian star Paulo Aokuso taking on tough Peruvian veteran David Zegarra, while Ty Telford takes on Joel Taylor.

Source: www.foxsports.com.au

Author: Dheeraj Paneri

With over 2 years of experience in the field of journalism, Dheeraj Paneri heads the editorial operations of the Elite News as the Executive Reporter.

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