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‘I’m Serious Now,’ Says Bombardier Ahead of Title Today’s Decider Bout

Current Senegalese wrestling king Bombardier insists he’s now more serious towards his opponents than before ahead of his cracking duel with Eumeu Sene today.

Christened Serigne Ousmane Dia, Bombardier will have his crown on the line as he attempts to defend it for the second time in what will be his first arena fight in three years.

The duel was initially billed to take place last year but lack of a venue with main stadium Demba Diop under construction, prompted cancellation of the clash.

And with the showdown now back on track with only hours before it takes place, Bombardier says he’s been lot more serious now than used to be his habit giving his title lies on offer.

“I have grown. I have changed a lot. Before, I underestimated my opponents and made many mistakes. Things have changed now. I take my opponents more seriously and I have experience to count on,” the 41-year-old said in the aftermath of his open-press this week.

Eumeu is an attacking wrestler and discussing his plans for the game, Bombardier hopes to employ a wait-and-see tactic before exploding on his adversary on Saturday.

“He (Eumeu Sene) has to come and get the crown. I will stay and wait for him. If he doesn’t come attacking, then I will go for him,” he said.

Ousmane Dia is intent on retaining the coveted prize until he enters retirement.

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