BOSTON- Former World Boxing Organisation NABO lightweight champion Sharif ‘The Lion’ Bogere has not lost a fight in the last five years thanks to having more speed, discipline, power, a great team of trainers and brilliant promotion.

Bogere, who fights under Mayweather Promotions, last suffered defeat in a controversial way against Cuba’s Richard Abril during a World Boxing Association World lightweight title in 2013.

Since then, the 29-year-old Las Vegas-based Ugandan has won eight back to back fights, a reason he has an impressive fight record of 31-1-0.

Maintain stranglehold
Bogere will be looking to maintaining his dominance in this division when he fights Oscar Bravo (22-7-0) next Friday in a 10-round scheduled fight at the Sam’s Town Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“I am in good shape and looking for a win as my priority,” said Bogere about the upcoming fight. “Bravo is a tough guy. I watched him fight one of the boxers in
our camp and he actually knocked him down. So I cannot take him lightly. My aim is to maintain the winning streak.”

Bogere is almost ripe for another shot at a title challenge and this can be achieved with more and more brilliancy during tune up fights.

Title fight talk
“We are doing everything possible to have Bogere challenge for a title before the end of the year or early next year. I am sure this will be his last trial fight or at least one more before we get the big tittle fight,” Jimmy Alex, Bogere’s manager, said. Bogere’s last fight was a win against Arturo Santos in January.

But Bravo, born and bred in Chile, lost his duel against Saul Rodriguez in February.

Bogere has in the past 10 years been a nightmare for Mexican opponents, downing 13. The same can be said about Chileans. If he gets a win over Bravo, the tally will rise to eight. His previous victims include Moises Gutierrez, Hardy Paredes, Marcelo Carrasco, Ramon Contreras, Carlos Narvaez, Claudio Aguilar and Hugo Martinez.

August 3, 2018
Bogere (UGA) vs. Bravo (CHILE)
Sam’s Town Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada