WBC cruiserweight champion Badou Jack paid his former hometown of Stockholm, Sweden, a visit this week and was interviewed by Svt Sport. 

Neither Jack nor his promoter, Skills Challenge Entertainment, openly confirmed the fight against WBC bridgerweight champion Lukasz Rozanski - but when asked about the fight Badou smiled and said there was a big fight in the pipeline.

Others, however, have confirmed the fight. South African promoter Rodney Berman of Golden Gloves sent out a tweet where he confirmed that Rozanski's mandatory challenger, Kevin Lerena, had agreed to step aside to allow Jack-Rozanksi to take place. And in Poland, the fight between Rozanski and Jack is official - with the event more or less taking place somewhere in Saudi Arabia and late November being the targeted date.

Jack turns 40-years-old this year but has no immediate plans to retire. He turned pro back in 2009. Two years later, his career shifted to the United States. His last four fights have taken place in the Middle East.

"I take one fight at the time," said Badou. "But I feel fresh and young. We have a few more belts to win. My body feels good and I want to continue to write history and make money."

Badou also paid homage to former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson and especially to retired pound-for-pound fighter Floyd Mayweather, who helped along the way. Mayweather, through his promotional company, had guided Jack's career for several years.

During the courts of his pro run, Jack has captured world titles at super middleweight, light heavyweight and cruiserweight. Back in February, Jack (28-3-3, 17 KOs) had a showcase performance in stopping longtime champion Ilunga Makabu to capture the WBC cruiserweight world title in Saudi Arabia.