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Badou Jack Eyes Historic Fourth Division World Title in 2024

Three-division world champion and philanthropist Badou Jack has set his sights on a historic journey to claim his fourth world title in 2024. Announced by boxing advisor Amer Abdallah, Jack, the first Muslim to secure a world title on Middle East ground in Saudi Arabia, looks to continue his legacy in the boxing world.

Amer Abdallah highlighted Jack’s not only impressive in-ring talent but also his role as a global ambassador for the sport, breaking religious and racial boundaries. With the Middle East becoming a pivotal hub for boxing, Jack’s influence and values have resonated well in the region, making him a beloved figure.

Currently holding the WBC cruiserweight title in recess, Jack expressed his determination to face challenges in various weight divisions, emphasizing that boxing is more than a sport; it’s a lifestyle. At 40 years old, Jack believes in the discipline of his life and his readiness to take on opponents from cruiserweight to heavyweight.

In addition to his boxing pursuits, Jack is committed to giving back through the Badou Jack Foundation, focusing on providing children across the globe with a fighting chance in life.

Having faced nine world champions throughout his career, Jack’s latest victory over Ilunga Makabu showcased his prowess, setting the stage for his ambitious pursuit of a fourth division title. Currently training in Dubai, the seasoned pugilist combines veteran experience with the hunger of a rising contender.

“I’ve never felt this hungry in my career as I do now,” said Jack. “I know what it takes to become great, and I’m ready to close out my career with a bang.”

As the boxing world awaits Jack’s next move, his journey towards a fourth division title promises excitement and a testament to his enduring commitment to the sport.

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