Former IBF light middleweight champion Kassim “The Dream” Ouma, can return to the ring next year after taking a prolonged break.
Ouma last fought in June this year against Kazan Gennady Golovkin for the WBA world middleweight title in Panama City, Panama.
The California based Ugandan prize fighter suffered his worst loss in his career where he was knocked out in the tenth round and was advised to take a long break from the ring after suffering serious blows from his opponent in a brutal fight.
Ouma will be seeking to resurrect his career that has dropped since losing his world title fight in 2005 against Russian fighter Roman “Made in Hell” Karmazin.
The flamboyant Ugandan prize fighter previously was promoted by Golden Boy promotions that is owned by boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya and had also a short contract with Nevada based promotion Lets Get It On Promotions.
Ouma has a record of 27 wins 17 within the distance 8 loses and 1 draw.