The sources report that the Canadian based Kazakh hopeful is looking to face Judah in Montreal in March, with Anna Reva, Jukembayev's manager, stating that they have made the offer to Judah, who fought this past Saturday.
Although the American isn't the big name he once was, and is very much a faded force, he does still have some name value and a win over him would elevate Jukembayev's profile in a notable way. It was also be a credible step up for the big punching Kazakh, who beat former Judah foe Cosme Rivera last April.
Whilst Jukembayev is relatively unknown outside of of Kazakh fans, and those who follow the Canadian scene there is a lot of expectations on his shoulders and the 26 year old does look like a very promising prospect with the potential to go far. He does need some step ups and some profile building contests, and a contest with Judah would certainly raise his profile in North America.
If the bout is to be made we expect it will be confirmed in the coming weeks. If the bout falls thourgh then we still expect to see Jukembayev in action in March, albeit againt a less notable opponent than Judah.