“There’s a little pressure as it will be my first defense of my IBF Youth title, but I’ll use that pressure to my advantage since I perform better when under pressure especially against good opponents,” said Bornea.
“As a professional boxer, I think Majoogoen is my toughest opponent to date,” said Bornea, who is still unbeaten in eight fights with five knockout victories.
“He has a good record and a former WBC world youth champion but I will try to knock him out if the opportunity comes,” warned Bornea.
“I want to make a statement in the superflyweight division. I want to face the best in my division after this fight,” Bornea said.
“The training is going well. The heavy training will start next week. I’m excited as it will be my first time to fight a foreign opponent as a pro and the fight will be held in my country.”