Championship boxing returns to
Bosnia & Herzegovina on June 10,
when undefeated local hero Enid
Numanovic, 22-0 (10), fights for the
vacant World Boxing Federation
Intercontinental Light Heavyweight
In the opposite corner will be
veteran Colombian Jose Miguel
“”Mochuelito” Torres, who, with a
record of 33-12 (27), has more than
twice as many pro fights as
25-year-old Numanovic turned pro in
2016, and won the Bosnia &
Herzegovina national Super
Middleweight title the following
year in his sixth outing.
He has since been building towards a
major fight, and now he gets the
opportunity to shine at the Sportska
Dvorana in his home-town Banovici.
Torres, a former WBC and WBO
regional titlist, will be looking to
use his experience and superior
punching-power to ruin the party,
and a victory will certainly
revitalize his career.
A classic example of youth vs.
experience, and it will be
interesting to see how Numanovic
will cope with arguably his best
opponent to date.