A retired Lynchburg boxer has accepted a challenge that could change his life overnight. Scott Sigmon received a phone call last month from a boxing promoter, wanting him to fight a middleweight champion named Caleb Truax. Sigmon, who goes by the nickname “Cujo,” has accepted telling WDBJ-7 that he will be fighting Truax. The bout will be nationally-televised on Showtime November 1. A victory would rank Sigmon among the top ten middleweight contenders worldwide and could put him on track for the world title but if he loses, Sigmon says it will be his last professional fight.