Super lightweight contender Amir “Young” Master “Imam, is back in the Gym. The young fighter 25 year old, visited this week legendary 5th St, Gym in Miami, Fla., to make 8 intense rounds of sparring against Belgium welterweight Mohamed El Marcouchi.
Imam and his trainer, Stacey McKinley, plan to return in June against an opponent yet to be determined. However, Imam Trains convinced that he will soon be back to retake the place he had before his loss to Adrian Granados last November in Quebec, Canada.
“I’m training to come back in June, possibly between 11th or June 25th, did not matter the day or time. I’m here to take my place once again, and do not rule out a rematch against Granados to avenge my loss and take my place back” said Imam to Ringsidefightingnews
Imam was in the mix as a possible rival to contest the vacant WBC super lightweight title against Viktor Postol in 2016. But after his fall against Adrian Granados, the possibility of making the fight for the world title WBC super lightweight go far.
Amir Imam and Stacey McKinley are convinced that “Young Master” will come back to the level he was recently, and said soon they will be in a fight for the WBC world title.