Rising super bantamweight prospect Khalid Twaiti (13-0, 5 KOs) is hoping for a quick return to the ring after a recent win over veteran Ira Terry.

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Twaiti added another impressive win to his undefeated record after beating Ira Terry (28-30, 16 KOs) at the John T. Rhodes Sports Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, earlier this month. 

Guided by boxing advisor Amer Abdallah, Twaiti is quickly becoming known as one of the top prospects in the super bantamweight division.

In a hard-fought battle, Twaiti showed resilience in outclassing Terry over the course of the fight. Showing off his precision punching and ring intelligence, Twaiti further cemented his reputation as a skilled boxer-puncher.

“It felt great to be back in the ring with a veteran,” Twaiti said, adding that his confidence grows with each fight. “I plan to fight multiple times this year and be in line for a world title shot by the end of the year, inshallah.”

Twaiti has been on an upward trajectory, with each fight showcasing his development as a professional fighter. Abdallah, impressed by Twaiti’s progress, emphasized his satisfaction with the young prospect’s performance.

“I was happy seeing Khalid get some rounds in and shake some of the ring rust off," Abdallah said. “As long as he’s active, he will be a force to be reckoned in the division. We have big plans for him, domestically and internationally. He has a great team around him, including former 140-pound world champion Sadam Ali, who is instrumental in his progress.”

Twaiti hopes to get back in the ring within the next couple of months, with his sights set on furthering his undefeated streak.