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Team Ancajas Unfazed by Postponement of World Title Clash

Team Ancajas remains composed in the face of the recent postponement of Jerwin Ancajas’ highly anticipated world title showdown with WBA world bantamweight titleholder Takuma Inoue. The bout, originally scheduled for November 15 in Japan, was delayed due to an injury sustained by Inoue during training. Despite the setback, Ancajas’ trainer and manager, Joven Jimenez, sees the postponement as an advantage, providing them with additional time to analyze and strategize for the upcoming fight.

Expressing a positive outlook, Jimenez stated, “This is actually good for us. A postponement is not new to us. It happens. We are just focused on training, and we will adjust our volume and intensity accordingly since there is no date yet.” Ancajas, with a record of 34-3-2 and 23 knockouts, is currently in the United States for his training camp under Jimenez’s guidance. His last outing in June resulted in a technical knockout victory against Wilner Soto.

The postponement allows Team Ancajas to fine-tune their preparations and approach the title clash with a well-thought-out strategy. Jimenez emphasized the team’s adaptability, highlighting their ability to adjust training volume and intensity based on the evolving circumstances. Ancajas, a proven champion, remains focused on the ultimate goal despite the delay, showcasing the resilience and determination that have defined his successful career.

As fans eagerly await the rescheduled date for the Ancajas vs. Inoue bout, Team Ancajas maintains a disciplined approach to training, confident in their ability to overcome challenges and emerge victorious in the anticipated world title clash.

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