WORLD Boxing Foundation (WBF) president Mike Croucher has assured their support in raising the standard of the sport in the country.
Following a meeting with the Boxing Commission of Fiji, Croucher said they were willing to help Fijian boxers secure overseas fights in the near future.
Croucher said there were seven WBF sanctioned bouts set to take place in New South Wales, Australia this year where he wanted to include some local boxers.
But he said in order to fight overseas, the local boxers needed to comply with the WBF rules and regulations.
Croucher said the boxers firstly needed to have a medical certificate which should include the records of their fitness, psychological and blood tests.
"Most importantly they should be registered with the Boxing Commission of Fiji and approved by them," he added.
Commission board member Malakai Veisamasama said they were overwhelmed with the support from the WBF.
He said they would be working to get all boxers aligned with the WBF rules and regulations to see local fighters secure bouts offshore.
Veisamasama said the commission would ensure the boxers, who would be part of the upcoming program in March, had their medical certificates.
Croucher rated Fijian boxers highly, adding they had potential to be the best in the ring.
"They just need the exposure and that's what we want to give them."