Marcos Nader will return to the ring. Austria’s boxing figurehead, together with his trainer and brother, left the future open for a short time. Most recently, Marcos Nader suffered a knockout defeat against German boxer Marten Arsumanjan in the fight for the IBF title and the EU-EBU title. Now it is clear: Marcos Nader will remain active. “I want to fight my way back into the international rankings,” said Nader. “I’m not giving up yet, because I love this sport too much for that.” The next dates for the local boxing star have already been set. Already on September 17, 2022 and then on December 3, 2022 you will see the professional boxer again in the ring of the Bounce Fight Night.
He received full support from Daniel Nader, his trainer and brother: “Marcos wants to get back into the ring and I will support him 100 percent,” emphasizes Daniel Nader. “We will now complete two build-up battles to get back into one of the rankings of the four most important world associations (IBF, WBO, WBC or WBA). Then we’ll see.” Before his defeat by Marten Arsumanjan, Marcos Nader was fifth in the IBF world rankings. No Austrian has ever done that before.
In recent years, the Bounce Fight Night has made a name for itself far beyond the Austrian borders with boxing matches at the highest level. But behind the media crowd puller Marcos Nader there are already other successful boxers. Stefan “El Grande” Nikolic, the super heavyweight Seun Salami and the professional boxer Michaela Kotaskova have long been popular with the public. “We also prepare them for international title fights,” says coach and organizer Daniel Nader. The fact that the Bounce Fight Night is so successful is thanks to the consistent development work of athletes, also in the amateur sector. Boxing fans can look forward to two more Bounce Fight Nights this year.