Advertiser Ben Shalom of BOXXER demonstrates that Natasha Jonas could crash into undisputed world middleweight champion Claressa Safeguards in 2023.
Jonas, the WBC and WBO title holder at junior middleweight, will endeavor to catch another belt when she faces IBF champion Marie-Eve Dicaire at the Manchester Field on November 12, live on Sky Sports.
Safeguards was already the undisputed title holder at 154. She saw activity last month, when she became undisputed briefly time at 160-pounds with a prevailing twelve round choice over beginner rival Savannah Marshall at the O2 Field.
Shalom will positively investigate a potential Safeguards Jonas experience in the new year.
“It’s a clear chance,” Shalom told Sky Sports News. “Claressa, presently the greatest star in ladies’ boxing, she has choices.
“Yet, she sees that division and sees what a major star Tasha Jonas is, and she needs to descend 154lbs.”
Jonas went up three weight divisions to guarantee her most memorable junior middleweight world title by halting Chris Namus in February. And afterward got the WBC belt in September with a choice success over Patricia Berghult in Liverpool.
Jonas could likewise investigate dropping down to welterweight to challenge undisputed boss Jessica McCaskill – who returns this end of the week in Abu Dhabi when she faces undisputed junior welterweight champion Chantelle Cameron.
“For Tasha, she must win this one and afterward she can appreciate Christmas and see,” Shalom added.
“She simply needs the large battles, whether that is McCaskill – the champ of her battle this end of the week, whether it’s Katie Taylor, in any case she’ll battle at 140, 147, or 154. Claressa Safeguards is another battle she needs. It’s unbelievable, she’ll take any battle, and we’ve seen that like clockwork.”