KEIGHLEY boxer Ibrahim Nadim is back in the ring this Saturday.

He takes on Nicaraguan lightweight Cristian Narvaez (17-64-7) at the Oldham Leisure Centre and is looking to bounce back from his last fight.

Nadim’s professional career had its first real bump in the road back in March, when he suffered his first defeat, at the hands of Bulgaria’s Tinko Banabakov.

The 24-year-old, who is coached by former multiple world champion Ricky Hatton, still has a 9-1 record though, and will go into the bout against Narvaez in Greater Manchester as favourite.

Narvaez may not have the most eye-catching professional record, but he could be a danger, earning an impressive draw with Jerome Campbell (7-1-1) last month, and only narrowly losing to Andre Grant the week before.

Grant (10-2) fought for the English Super Bantamweight title last weekend, losing by unanimous decision to Zahid Hussain (18-2).

Nadim will be on the same card as another boxer from the Bradford District in lightweight Tauseef Suleman (3-0), who is taking on Stefan Vincent (1-0).

Another Bradford lightweight talent is Mohammed Subhaan (3-0), who is due to fight at the Magna Centre at Rotherham this Saturday, though his opponent has yet to be announced.