Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam
How good is this kid?
He looked solid in every area in his prolonged thrashing of the shorter, slower, older Martirosyan. This is a good win, and he's got all the ingredients for star-power (except maybe a pronounceable name that rolls off the tongue) - an undefeated record, high ranking, good looks, clear stopping power - yet doesn't seem to be looking to capitalize on any of that by finally emerging from France and maybe fighting over here in the States (or even elsewhere in Europe) to raise his profile. He's fighting TBA this month in his backyard.
Is his management just unwilling to take risks or are they sitting around waiting to lure a big name into hostile territory?
How does he stack up against names like Sturm, Mundine, Macklin, Sylvester, etc?