Staggering footage emerges just hours before Paul Gallen fight

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Kris Terzievski (pictured left) during a press conference and (pictured right) during training ahead of his fight with Paul Gallen.
Betters have been surprised at Kris Terzievski (pictured left) after training footage showed his quick hand speed (pictured right) ahead of his Paul Gallen fight. (Images: Getty Images/News Corp)

Paul Gallen's opponent Kris Terzievski has seen his odds drop significantly during the same time impressive footage was revealed of his training camp.

The heavyweight duo have been sharing barbs in the lead-up to the fight and with Gallen admitting he wanted to 'bash' Terzievski, he was the clear betting favourite.

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However, footage from Terzievski's training camp has shown the heavyweight shouldn't be taken lightly.

The 102kg unit showed impressive hand speed in the training camp video.

He also saw his odds plunge from nearly $6 (according to some bookmakers) to $2.55 on TAB.

However, one person who won't be surprised of the footage is Gallen.

The former NRL forward has admitted he experts a tough fight against Terzievski.

And while he said Terzievski is a "pretty" boxer, he didn't plan on making the fight pretty.

”You’re a pretty boxer but Wednesday’s not going to be pretty, it’s going to be ugly, it’s going to be a street fight and I’m going to bash ya,” Gallen said at the press conference on Monday.

Beef between Paul Gallen and Kris Terzievsk

Gallen was clearly harbouring anger following Terzievski's no-show last week.

At the press conference on Monday, Gallen called out his opponent for his apparent lack of promotion in the lead-up to the heavyweight bout and stormed out.

Terzievski labelled his antics as 'cringey' after the former NRL star walked out.

Gallen and Kris Terzievski will headline a stacked card with Harry Garside and Nikita Tszyu in Sydney on Wednesday night.

Tszyu will be up against Mason Smith and is expected to have a more difficult time than in his first bout, which he won in two rounds.

Garside is up against Layton McFerran only 35 days after his 10-round victory on his pro debut.

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