Ayoub Tounsi foresees himself having a comfortable night at Almighty Fighting Championship 32.
Tounsi will make his professional debut against Almighty regular and amateur champ Dylan McGee. Deeside, Wales, will act as the hotbed for fights this Saturday. Fans can buy tickets by visiting the promotion’s website and buy the pay-per-view by visiting their social media accounts.
Prior to fight night, we had the chance to talk with Ayoub Tounsi. Hear what he had to say below.
Interview With Ayoub Tounsi
Ayoub, weeks out from making your pro debut, where’s the mindset? What as we close in on fight week? How are you feeling physically and mentally?
I’m feeling very confident. All the training has gone well.
You closed off your amateur career with a round-one victory. After that, was the plan to always turn professional, and how did you and your coach know the time was right to take that leap?
I got aspiration to fight at the highest level.
Upon looking at your amateur career down, it’s in the rear mirror. Are you happy with it, and is there anything you would change?
I’m pretty happy with my progress with my amateur fights. I have always accepted any fights given, and I learned a lot from them, and now I’m here in the pro-ranks. The decision was made before going to my last fight, which I won by first round submission against a high level BJJ fighter.
Dylan’s proving to have gotten better and better each time he makes the walk. What do you see when you dive into his game?
Dylan hasn’t fought someone like me before , with my determination and heart. With all respect to him, I don’t see him on my level, and on Saturday the 4th, I will show the case of my skills.
Highlight what it would mean for you to get your hand raised next Saturday, and secure a win on your pro-debut.
Saturday the 4th, it means everything to me, and it’s going to be my night.