Dmitry Bivol is only focused on fighting at his weight class

Dmitry Bivol shares his thoughts on fighting at 168 and reveals plans for 2024.

by Aryan Lakhani
Dmitry Bivol is only focused on fighting at his weight class
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The undefeated WBA super light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol is set to clash against Lyndon Arthur this Saturday night in the mega boxing card in the Kingdom Arena, Riyadh. Bivol has only one thing in his mind, and that is to secure the unification bout; to have that access, he will have to secure a comprehensive win against Lyndon Arthur.

The good news for his fans is that he looks forward to being more active in 2024. Bivol hasn’t thought about the way he will try to fight against Lyndon Arthur; Bivol didn’t disclose whether he is looking for a knockout win or not.

Dmitry Bivol on fighting at 168

In a recent interview with Fight Hype, Dmitry Bivol shared his thoughts on fighting at 168 lbs and revealed his plans for 2024. “I’m focused more on my weight class because I can see a way how I can become undisputed champion,” Bivol said, as quoted by

“Now, we have Saudi Arabia, who could make the undisputed fight in the light heavyweight division".

Dmitry Bivol on fighting Lyndon Arthur

“We will see on December 23rd. I don’t want to say on how I’m going to fight with him.

We will see on the fight night, I didn’t think about it before you told me, I just know that I have to be myself. I don’t want to think about. I don’t want to think like this. I have to be myself, I have to be the best version when I’m going in the ring, and that’s it”.

Bivol on his goals for 2024

“Fight for all four belts. This fight should be there in 2024, and another fight, too, I want to have two fights minimum, and I want to be undisputed, but we will see. I don’t want to look forward too much.

It’s so far. I have to see the short way. If you see far, you will not reach anything".