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Dierdorff Responds to St. John's Open Letter
By Brooke Dierdorff
March 25, 2009
[Photo: Dierdorff -in red]


(MAR 25) Well I would first of all like to start off by saying that 'yes' sparks will fly on April 4th when Mia St. John, and I step back into the ring together! It will be the fight of the night in Mexico that night you can put your money on that!  [Open Letter by Mia St. John]

I have a tremendous amount of love and respect for Mia St. John in and out of the ring ---she is a terrific person!

As far as her saying that I was announced as Chicago's Own that may be true but I would like to remind her that I have had one fight in Chicago and I live two hours from Chicago.  I'm not a Chicago fighter.

Mia may not be tied to any one promoter but she is the one that entered the ring that night as the favorite and the fight was for her, she was the main event,  not me that night and she is the one that had One In A Million on the back of her outfit which was the promoter of that fight which was in Indiana not Chicago.  I drove over five hours to get to the fight from where I live.

I would like to say that she thinks that she won the fight that night, well may I remind her that when the fight was over the ref raised my hand and they announced Brooke "No Mercy" Dierdorff as the winner that night and rightfully so because I won the fight.  So the math is a little messed up there because I was the winner and I won the fight fairly!

May I also remind Mia that I took that fight as a replacement fighter coming up in weight on 4 days notice to 138 when I fight from 122-126 lbs.,  and had to weight in with all my clothes on just to come close to making the weight requirements that night. Mia weighed in at the max weight so we all know in the boxing game that she weighed more than that on fight night when I still weighed my normal walk around weight of 126.

For the rematch for Mia's WBC Title,   I have had proper time to train and prepare for this fight and I will be at weight and will be ready.   I was not training or ready for that fight the first time I beat her. This time I am and I can tell Mia,  that on April 4th in Mexico,  I will win the fight without a doubt and I will be the new WBC Champion and bringing the belt back to the USA with me!!

All questions will be answered and the answers will be left in the ring that night with me as the new WBC International Lightweight Champion of the World!

Lastly,  I want to say also that I pray for both me and Mia to be safe and have a good clean safe fight that night and we will both go home safely to our families!

Brooke "No Mercy" Dierdorff

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