WOLRD Boxing Foundation is keen on signing a Fiji heavyweight boxer to fight in Australia next March.
Earlier this month, WBF opened opportunities for local boxers to have a crack at world titles, going through their rankings.
WBF president Mick Croucher had a successful discussion with the Boxing Commission of Fiji during his recent visit to the country.
Yesterday, WBF announced that Jittu Boxing Stable boxers Paula Tuilau and Sakiusa Mekemeke would fight in Australia.
WBF regional representative Saki Veitogavi said they had a couple of local heavyweight boxers on their list.
Top heavyweight boxer Petero Qica, Alipate Nagata and Iobe Ledua could be some of the boxers that have potential to fight overseas.
"Invitation for ranked Fiji heavyweight boxers is also sought for a challenge for WBF title.
He said Croucher had worked together with his Australian promoters to host Fiji boxers.
Veitogavi said Fiji boxers needed to fight through the regional, intercontinental and international ranking before trying their bid at world titles.
"We want to open opportunities for boxers to fight for the world title. We are providing such opportunities to also help the development of the sport in the country."
Veitogavi added they would work with governing bodies of each country and also abide by its rules.