This Saturday in Clermont-Ferrand, Nurali Erdogan (12-0-0, 1 KO) and Sandy Messaoud (15-6-0, 1 KO) will clash for the World Boxing Council Francophone welterweight title, which on the line.
This fight will headline the card named “The Night of Boxing” where four other professional fights will be on the program.
Organized by the Boxing Club la Gauthière and its president Eric Sèvre, the Sports Air Santé association chaired by Farida El Hadrati and the SCM, the Swiss management structure, it will be at the Maison des Sports de Clermont-Ferrand, in France.
This fight will exactingly test two of the best French welterweights. Nurali Erdogan won the national title in October. As for Sandy Messaoud, he has been on a winning streak for almost five years, a period marked by a highlight in Belarus in 2020 when he beat Nursultan Zhangabayev, an undefeated Kazakh.
This Friday the official weigh-in of the evening took place: Nurali registered 66.45 kilos, while Messaoud was 66.0 kilos.
The match supervisor will be WBC Vice President Houcine Houichi.