The World Boxing Council bantamweight champion, Frenchman Nordine Oubaali, is open to face any opponent, but has a special interest in facing Naoya Inoue in the non too distant future.
The French boxing hero Oubaali (15-0, 11 KOs) surprised the United States when he beat Rau’shee Warren in January to win the title.
The champion plans to make his first defense in the historic #FutureLegendsofNurSultan card on July 6, which will take place in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
“I feel good, I am preparing for my next fight and I am very happy to be boxing in Kazakhstan. Boxing in new places is good for me. My promoters are about to announce my rival but I am ready for anyone and everyone!”
“I have fought in France, in the United States and now in Kazakhstan, I am very proud and I hope to face Inoue in the future.”