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‘Can see it in the way he talks to me’: Gallen vows to make Browne pay for ‘looking straight past me’
Paul Gallen says former world heavyweight champion Lucas ‘Big Daddy’ Browne has underestimated him and is “in for a shock” when the pair meet at Wollongong Entertainment Centre on Wednesday.
Gallen, 39, and Browne, 42, will step into the ring as the headline act and square off after trading verbal barbs for the past month.
The latter, who once held the WBA World Heavyweight title and has won 29 of 31 professional fights, has constantly said Gallen is “not a boxer, he’s a footballer”.
Speaking to foxsports.com.au ahead of their bout, Gallen – who played 348 NRL games for Cronulla – claimed he’s a better fighter than his opponent is giving him credit for.
“Absolutely (I’m better than he thinks), without a doubt. He just keeps calling me the footy player,” Gallen said.
“Yeah I was a footy player, 100 per cent I was. That’s where I made my name, that’s what I did.
“After not being able to have a full fight preparation for Mark Hunt, to go out there and out-box him and get through a bloke who’s been a world-renowned puncher for 20 years… Lucas isn’t a world-renowned puncher.
“I’m not saying I’m a puncher, because I’m not.
“I’m going to get the win, that’s all I know. We can sit here talking (about) ‘I’m a better boxer’ but I don’t really care, I don’t care what anyone wants to consider me as.
“I’m getting in the ring, I’m boxing, and I’m going to get the win, that’s all that matters.”
Gallen feels disrespected by the fact Browne is already looking at who his next opponent will be.
He says Browne is assuming he’ll take of Gallen with ease, but the former footballer has other ideas.
“I’ve got no one else on my mind but Lucas Browne at the moment, and that’s the difference between the two of us,” Gallen said.
“He’s already signed a contract to fight (Justis) Huni, he’s talking about fighting guys in England, there was another Aussie boxer someone said he was in chats to fight.
“He’s serious, he is just looking straight past me, and you can see it in his attitude, you can see the way he talks to me – ‘he’s just a footy player, it’s only six rounds’.
“Mate, before he went over and fought Dillian Whyte he fought a six-round fight, he got dropped in the last round… I think it was only the fact he already had a contract (to fight) Dillian Whyte that he got given the (win) decision.
“So he forgets about things. He forgets I’ve followed him since I was 10.
“He’s in for a shock.”
If Browne is underestimating Gallen then the sentiment certainly isn’t mutual.
The one-time Sharks premiership captain knows full well Browne presents the biggest challenge yet in his 11-fight professional boxing career.
Gallen hasn’t lost a bout yet, and proved many critics wrong when he beat former UFC beast Mark Hunt in December.
Hunt landed a couple of big shots on the footballer, who showed he can take a good punch and stay on his feet – a trait that could come in handy against 196-centimetre Browne.
“It’s a big fight, I understand it’s a big occasion. It will be my hardest fight to date,” Gallen said.
“Fighting a bloke who’s won a version of a world title, fought all over the world, a big puncher, so I’m under no illusions how big an effort this will be to get the win.
“I’ve accepted it and I need to go in there and get the job done. I’ve done my training and I’ll get the win.”