When it comes to scoring goals, Javier Hernandez is known for his cold and clinical finishing.
Nicknamed ‘The Mexicutioner’ by fans, Hernandez often needs just 1 chance to punish the opposition and it has made him a hero for both club and country. And one of his countrymen is hoping to emulate him when he steps foot on these shores in March.
Lightweight champion boxer Miguel “Titere” Vazquez faces Scotland’s Ricky Burns at Wembley and Vasquez, who comes from Guadalajara like Chicharito, is hoping to show some of his killer instinct when the two square off.
“When I fight Burns I will be just like Hernandez, a cold and ruthless assassin.
“There will be no remorse when I’m taking Burns apart.
“Hernandez is a hero in Mexico, I saw the match on Saturday and I said that is what I have to be like to beat Burns.
“A striker and a boxer have the same mind set, a striker has to have to the killer instinct to score, the boxer to land a knockout punch, when the opening comes against Burns that will be the end for him.”