Dmitry Bivol reveals who he wants next

Dmitry Bivol wants to add more belts to his collection.

by Aryan Lakhani
Dmitry Bivol reveals who he wants next
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Dmitry Bivol seems to be on a never-ending winning streak; he extended his winning momentum after facing Lyndon Arthur and claiming a unanimous decision win. Lyndon Arthur has to make quite a few corrections; a good session of analysis on the errors will greatly help him in being more dominant in future matches.

Dmitry Bivol has updated his professional boxing record to 22-0 (11 knockouts), and Lyndon Arthur now has a record of 23-2 (16 knockouts). Bivol currently has two belts under his possession and is in the hunt for more! The road ahead is crystal clear to him; Bivol wants to face the winner of the fight between Callum Smith and Artur Beterbiev, which is scheduled to take place on 13th January.

Bivol hasn’t mentioned the Canelo rematch, and neither did Canelo. Bivol looks forward to showing up once or twice in 2024.

Dmitry Bivol’s post-fight interview

“I made 11 defenses I didn’t get anything from my opponent now I got this belt I am happy”

Dmitry Bivol on fighting the winner of Arthur Beterbiev and Callum Smith

"Yes, I believe when I signed the contract for this fight, Saudi was interested in making a great fight because we see they wanna make great fights for boxing fans and an undisputed fight for the light heavyweight division.

They want this fight, and I'm so glad in boxing we have such great people who make this fights. I want the winner".

Lyndon Arthur on facing the loss

Lydon Arthur expressed disappointment in the post-fight interview, and he answered whether Bivol would beat Beterbiev or not.

“I felt like I did all right, but obviously not good enough,” Arthur said as quoted by “One of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world. He's as good as everyone thinks he is. I believe he'll beat Beterbiev”.