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Sam Goodman Aims for World Title Showdown

Australian undefeated boxer, Sam Goodman, is ready to make a name for himself as he headlines his first major No Limit boxing card in Sydney this December. Having already achieved an impressive record of 16 wins, including victories over two top-five fighters in his last three bouts, the super bantamweight is eager to use this opportunity to secure a world title fight, with Japanese superstar Naoya Inoue being a potential opponent. Despite being ranked No. 1 for both the WBO and IBF titles, Goodman understands that he may have to wait until after Christmas to determine his next opponent, especially if Inoue chooses to chase bigger fights in higher weight classes.

However, Goodman is not one to sit idle and wait for others to dictate his career. He and his manager, Pete Mitrevski, are open to pursuing other title opportunities, possibly even in the featherweight division, if it presents a better chance. They are determined to stay active and continue taking on challenging opponents to ensure they are ready for a world title shot when the opportunity arises.

While Goodman acknowledges Inoue’s greatness, he firmly believes that every fighter is beatable, and he is prepared to challenge Inoue for all the belts if the Japanese star decides to stay in the division. He is focused on his own journey and remains confident in his ability to make a mark in the world of boxing.

Being the headliner for a No Limit boxing card is a significant step in Goodman’s career, marking his rise in the sport. He is determined to continue building towards his goal of a world title shot and is ready to face any challenge that comes his way.


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