According to rumours published on Friday, Badou Jack, a Gambian-Swedish fighter, could face Polish champion Lukasz Rozanski in Saudi Arabia later this year. The battle would take place in the city of RIYADH.
According to Ring Magazine, the fight might still take place in the Kingdom, but this has not been officially confirmed.
at February, Jack competed at the Diriyah Arena and earned the WBC cruiserweight belt. It is highly possible that Jack will challenge Rozanski for his WBC bridgeweight title in Saudi Arabia before November 25.
In the year 2020, the WBC officially acknowledged the bridgerweight division as a legitimate “in-betweener” weight class between the cruiserweight and heavyweight categories.
In the event that the bout takes place, it will be Rozanski’s first defense since April of this year, when he was successful in his previous bout.
It would be Jack’s fourth WBC title if he were to win the match against Rozanski.
In the past, he has triumphed as a super-middleweight, silver light-heavyweight, and cruiserweight champion for the WBC.
Jack has a strong reputation in the Middle East because to the fact that he is headquartered in Dubai and has competed twice each in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. In addition, he receives promotion from the Saudi Arabian company Skill Challenge Entertainment.