In a social media post, the father of George Kambosos has teased his next big fight, and where it might take place news

George Kambosos Next Fight OPPONENT & Location

In a recent tease on Instagram, George Kambosos Jr’s father, Jim Kambosos, hints at the potential next George Kambosos opponent, after the fighter comes off a recent defeat to Vasyl Lomachenko.

George Kambosos is no stranger to big fights, with his last five fights being Vasyl Lomachenko, Maxi Hughes, Devin Haney twice, and Teofimo Lopez. Though Kambosos lost three of those, with many also thinking him lucky to have got the decision against ‘Cinderella Man’ Hughes, there is no mistaking the heart of the Greek-Australian fighter.

Kambosos’ rise to fame came when he won against Teofimo Lopez, handing him his first and only loss in what was a huge upset. After daring to be great against former world champion Vasyl Lomachenko, now a champion once again, Kambosos looks to return to the ring against new opposition.

George Kambosos OPPONENT?

In a post on his Instagram story, Jim Kambosos says, ‘Preliminary talks are underway for a return in various locations.’

Beside the caption are four flag emojis – The United States of America, The United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan.

There is much speculation about who the potential opponents might be, with many possible options from each location listed – these include:

Some big names from the U.S. might include Oscar Duerte, who recently fought and lost to Ryan Garcia, rising prospect Keyshawn Davis, or even the loser of August’s Valenzuela vs Cruz bout.

As for the United Kingdom, some names could be upcoming Maidstone Queensbury boxer, Sam Noakes, now 14-0 with 13 knockouts, or Mark Chamberlain, another Queensbury boxer coming off a first-round stoppage on the undercard to Fury v Usyk.

In Canada possible match-ups include 15-0 Lucas Bahdi and 16-0, Chann Thonson, ranked #26 and #41 in the world respectively.

Katsuya Yasuda, Hironori Mishiro, and Hinata Maruta, ranked #17, #21 and #23 respectively, could be the likely opponents if Kambosos’ next fight lands in Japan.

It is unclear which route Kambosos will go down, though some exciting options definitely lie ahead for the 21-3 fighter.

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