While he’s not speculating how he would react if he raised his hand this weekend, Jenkins is confident it will happen.
“You don’t know what you don’t know, huh?” he said with a smirk. “I can sit here and tell you that I’m going to be one way or another, but I don’t know until I come out. All I can say is, for At the moment everything looks the same, I’ve done all the preparation to go out as confident as I’ve ever been, so whatever the outcome, I’m happy with the preparation I put in.
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“I’m going to go out there, give him maximum pace, do as much damage as I can in those three rounds. I know my best is good enough to beat anyone in this division, so Don will be the first in a long line.
If that were to happen, he has pretty clear ideas of how he would like things to go for him over the next 12-18 months.
“Fight in Perth, win. Fight in New York, win. Fight in Vegas, win. Go back to Rod Laver and get a Top 15 fight in Melbourne in front of the home crowd,” he said , setting out a quick approach to climbing the featherweight ranks.