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In 14-years of professional prize-fighting, there isn't too much Mark 'Too Sharp' Johnson hasn't achieved. The former IBF flyweight, IBF super-flyweight and now reigning and defending WBO super-flyweight champion is considered a sure future Hall of Famer when he retires.
But, he told SecondsOut Thursday, that retirement is a ways off yet despite 33 being quite an advanced age for a small fighter.
"I've got things I want to achieve in the sport still," the 44-3 (28) champion from Washington DC said. "This is a Roy Jones card but to me this event is about me; I have things I need to do. After this fight I want anyone from 126lbs on down - Barrera, Ayala - all of them. I need to win on Saturday first but after that then I'll fight anyone. I'll move up to featherweight if I have to to get a big fight. Bring it on."