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Vijender Singh ready to fight for WBO Asia Belt

New Delhi: Unstoppable winner so far the  star Indian boxer Vijender Singh is going to now fight for his maiden title in the professional circuit when he fights for the WBO Asia belt come June in home ground in the national capital.

The middleweight boxer, who earned worldwide fame by becoming India’s first Olympic and World Championships medallist at the amateur level, has exhibited rampaging form even in the pro arena.

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Since his presentation in the circuit last October, the 30-year – old from Haryana has won all his three ace challenges by means of knockouts. His next session is planned for March 12 in Liverpool, the adversary for which is yet to be named.
“I am as of now energized. My first title battle, that too before my own particular individuals, in my own particular nation. It can’t show signs of improvement than this. I have no clue who my adversary will be yet I am certain I will bear in transit I have in this way,” Vijender told PTI at Manchester. He is at present taking preparing for the March 12 masterpiece.
The venue for the Asia title session could be the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, which will be inspected by WBO authorities on February 22.
“It’s the following level for him. He will battle for the WBO Asia title in June and a group of WBO authorities will recce for venues in Delhi. The main venue to be looked voluntarily be the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium,” Vijender’s India promoters, IOS Boxing Promotions’ MD Neerav Tomar said.
The WBO designation, which will touch down in India on Saturday, contains the body’s first VP John Duggan, Chairman Officials Michael Pernick, and ref Mark Nelson.
They will be joined by Vijender’s UK promoters Queensberry Promotions’ boss Francis Warren . Likewise there would be Benjamin Murphy, the Broadcasting Head of Boxnation – the official telecasters of Vijender’s sessions in the UK.
“For the present, Vijender will keep on preparing and battle in the UK. After his March 12 session, which will be of six rounds, Vijender will battle two more sessions in April and potentially start of May. These two sessions will be eight-round undertakings,” Tomar said.
“This will be trailed by the Asia title session in June which will be either 10 or 12 rounds altogether,” he clarified.
With respect to Vijender’s rival, Tomar said it could either be a Chinese or a Korean.
“There will be a progression of gatherings to choose who might be his rival. Most presumably, it would either be a Chinese or a Korean,” he said.
Amid their time here, the WBO authorities will likewise investigate roads for advancing proficient enclosing India at the grassroot level.
“The WBO authorities will direct a workshop for the Indian Boxing Council (IBC) on Sunday. There will be examinations on the best way to take expert boxing to the grassroot levels,” Tomar said.
Shantimay Agrawal
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