The WBC has ordered Arslanbek Makhmudov to fight Zhan Kossobutskiy next (contingent on Makh beating Raphael Akpejiori on December 16, of course) At 6' 3", Zhan Kossobutskiy (19-0, 18 KOs) lacks some reach. His hands aren't particularly fast, but they are heavy - particuarly to the body. Not very light-footed, but he has very good forwards-backwards movement that makes him surprisingly-elusive to catch with big punches. He's by far the most dangerous opponent Makh has faced, IMO. If there's one thing obviously not in Kossobutskiy's favor here, it's that Zhan's jab is sort of a pawing jab and it's not much use other than to get his opponents hands out of place. Though it's been proven to be quite good for that. Has the makings of an excellent fight, I think.