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Where: D.C. Armory in Washington, D.C.
It is time for four of the top super middleweight boxers in the world to step into the ring. Badou Jack will defend his WBC super middleweight title on Saturday against Lucian Bute while in the co-main event James DeGale will defend his IBF super-middleweight crown against Rogelio Medina live on Showtime in Washington D.C.
It will be Jack’s second title defense since taking the belt from Anthony Dirrell by majority decision in April 2015. Jack (20-1-1) packs some power, but has only scored one TKO in his last four fights.
“Both of us can punch, both of us can box. Anything can happen inside of that ring. I’m always ready to go 12 rounds. Everyone knows that I’m always in shape,” Jack said at Thursday’s press conference. “Anything can happen, but I want to fight James DeGale. First I have to take care of business with Lucian Bute. Both of us are in our primes. We’re young and confident and it would be a great fight.”
DeGale heads into his matchup with Medina riding a 12-fight win streak and defending his belt for the second time.
Coverage from the D.C. Armory in Washington D.C. begins at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime
After Bute lost his title to Froch, he fought just once from June 2012 to January 2014. When he returned to the ring that year, he lost a unanimous decision to Jean Pascal at light heavyweight. Bute would return to the 168-pound division with a fourth-round TKO over Andrea Di Luisa last August.
In November, Bute came up short in a hard-fought bout against James “Chunky” DeGale. DeGale won via unanimous decision, but Bute at least gave a decent account of himself.
He showed more toughness than we’d seen from him in his career. The heart he displayed in that fight helped to keep him relevant and passable as a title contender. DeGale will defend his IBF title on the same card against Rogelio Medina.
It’s feasible to imagine the winner of Jack-Bute facing the winner of DeGale-Medina to unify the 168-pound titles.