Skye Nicolson: “I Want To Fight For A World Title Within Six Months”

Skye Nicolson Ready for the Best in the World

Skye Nicolson pursuing a world championship
Skye Nicolson pursuing a world championship | Credit: Twitter/Getty Images

Australian Featherweight Skye Nicolson Wants Championship Competition

Featherweight Skye Nicolson (4-0) is excited about her homecoming fight against Krystina Jacobs (6-3) and wants to be a world champion within the next six months.


The 27-year-old Australian has a highly decorated amateur pedigree with well over one hundred fights. She won the Bronze medal in the world championships in 2016 and the Gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in 2018. Nicolson has won a few Australian National Championships, represented the Australian national team on the international stage against Germany, and made it to the 2020 Olympic Games quarter-finals.

Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn wasted little time in signing the young talent. Nicolson made her debut was on the undercard Roman Gonzalez versus Julio Cesar Martinez on March 5.


The Australian is extremely happy with the way her career is going. The Aussie can’t wait to return home to fight in front of a cheering hometown crowd. During an interview with Boxing Social, Nicolson not only talked about returning home but has a timeframe on when she wants to be a champion.

“I’m so excited for the all-Aussie clash. I’ve never met Krystina Jacobs in the ring […] she has met a few mutual opponents to me.”

“I feel so excited to be boxing an Aussie in front of an Aussie crowd, and the homecoming.”

“I would love to be fighting for my first world title, probably within the next six months from now [or] within a year of my pro debut.”

“I’m ready to take on the best in the world right now, and it’s only a matter of time now.”

By: Garrisson Bland

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."