By Mike Smith: Badou Jack intends on coming into the ring in August, seven months later suffering a dreadful cut his forehead from his loss into Marcus Browne on January 18. Jack (22-2-3, 13 KOs) isn’t sure who he’ll be confronting, however, he says he’s curious potentially in moving up to cruiserweight.
“I’m able to resist in August against anyone, a re match or any one of the additional winners or a move up in weight. I’m prepared for whatever else,” Badou Jack said to Fighthype.
“I had a thing that happened after the weigh-in. I’m not going to make some excuses,” Jack said about his recent loss to Marcus Browne. “I could barely see after the head-butt. It’s OK, I’ll.
“The light heavyweight division is one of the finest in Boxing; light heavyweight and welterweight,” Jack stated.
The light heavyweight division is stacked with champions and it’s hard to find that Jack could have a chance of beating. Out of all those fighters, even Jack would stand the greatest chance of defeating the Kovalev. It’d have been a winnable struggle for Jack, but the question could his direction put up him with a struggle against the Russian fighter? That’so problematic. If not, then Jack would be stuck having to try and move after Beterbiev Gvozdyk or even Bivol. Those are all fights that Jack mightn’t have the youth, power and natural frame to acquire. Gvozdyk, beterbiev and Bivol are well schooled fighters that have now been fighting with at 175 their livelihood. Jack is actually a newcomer to the middleweight division, also then he ’s maybe not shown he belongs there.
“I felt good until after the weigh-in,” Jack stated. “I felt good except that which happened in the struggle [that the headbutt ]. I’m.
Jack didn’t even seem good during the struggle. It’s unsure what could have happened to make him fight from the struggle. It seemed that Jack was confronting a more talented fighter. Jack fought a light hearted, perhaps not a fighter who was old and had fought of his livelihood in Adonis Stevenson at super middleweight.
“I feel as though I’m also the oldest of most them,” Jack said of their other very best light heavyweights.
“We’ll wee what happens,” Jack said about his second struggle. “I’m prepared for a major fight regardless of what weight class except heavy weight. I’ll be late summer,” Jack stated.