Viktor Postol has been biding his time. The WBC’s No.1 contender at 140lbs has been waiting patiently in the shadows for his shot at unbeaten champion Danny Garcia ever since earning the mandatory position with an impressive 11th round knockout of dangerous Selcuk Aydin in May 2014. Ukraine may be torn by conflict and civil unrest, but Postol’s achievements have provided a measure of solace for his fellow countrymen. Postol, 31, harks from the same elite amateur system that produced the likes of Vasyl Lomachenko and the Klitschko brothers. It is little wonder that WBC title-holder Garcia has been in no rush to fulfill his mandatory obligation against the skillful Ukrainian.