Badou Jack, also known as “The Ripper,” is a professional boxer from Sweden who has held world championships in two weight classes: super middleweight and light heavyweight.
Jack made his professional debut in 2009 and quickly gained a reputation as a skilled and aggressive fighter. In 2015, he won the WBC super middleweight title with a unanimous decision victory over Anthony Dirrell. He successfully defended the title twice before moving up to the light heavyweight division in 2017.
In total, Jack has a professional record of 23 wins, 3 losses, and 1 draw. He has won 15 of his fights by knockout.
Jack is known for his powerful punching and solid defense. He has a strong amateur background, having competed in the 2008 Olympic Games as a member of the Swedish national team.
Some articles about Badou Jack and his career include:
Badou Jack kept on track in his bid to become a three-weight world champion, as the former super-middleweight and light-heavyweight title-holder snapped the unbeaten record of Connecticut’s Richard Rivera with a ten-round split decision on the Usyk-Joshua bill in Jeddah.
Two division world champion Badou Jack (24-3-3, 14 KOs) is pumped about being back in action against an opponent TBA on November 26th in Dubai, in a co-promotion between his Badou Jack Promotions and the newly launched promotion, Probellum.
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