Jamaica’s super heavyweight fighter Ricardo Brown says he is raring and ready to go for Olympic glory.
The 31-year-old Brown, will be the first Jamaican in 25 years to compete at the Olympics.
Brown has been based in Canada for over a year, where he trains at a gym owned by a former Jamaican boxing representative, Dewith Frazer.
He has been putting in the work especially after learning of his qualification based on his number 4 ranking in the Americas.
The man known as Big 12, has a bronze medal from the Pan American games and said training his going ok for the Tokyo games
The last time Jamaica were represented at the Olympic games was in 1996 by Tyson Gray (featherweight), Sean Black (light middleweight) and Rowan Donaldson (middleweight).