featureboxing4 months ago

SportsCafe Exclusive with Vijender Singh - They love Mike Tyson but if an Indian boxer turns professional, they question him [Part II]

In a candid interview, Vijender Singh speaks to us on topics ranging from the negativity surrounding his move to pro boxing, to what is wrong with boxing in India and the life lessons he has learnt in the ring.
Amlan Majumdar
featureboxing4 months ago

SportsCafe Exclusive with Vijender Singh - From Mary Kom, to Salman Khan, to why he took up boxing [Part I]

Vijender Singh took some time out of his busy training schedule to speak to us in one of the most candid interviews of a sportsperson this year. The first part of this interview is mostly a lighthearted conversation on some playful topics.
Amlan Majumdar
featureboxing8 months ago

Vikas Krishan | Another Vijender Singh in the making

India needs another boxing icon. Mary Kom's career is over, Vijender might not be here too long, while Shiva Thapa is too raw at the moment. Vikas Krishan is India's best bet now.
Amlan Majumdar
featureboxing8 months ago

Can Vijender Singh be India's Manny Pacquiao?

Amlan Majumdar
featureboxing10 months ago

The Louisville Lip | Greatest quotes by Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali was the ‘Greatest’ in the ring, but his greatness was not confined to the boxing arena. The American boxer also possessed one of the greatest minds and one of the sharpest tongues in sports. Let’s remember the Champion through a collection of his greatest quotes.
Arun S Kaimal
featureboxinga year ago

Thapa’s Pacquiao inspiration keeps his Rio Olympic dream alive

Shiva Thapa’s knockout of Morrocan Hamout Mohamed in the pre-quarters earned him a nod of appreciation from none other than Manny Pacquiao, regarded widely as a modern boxing great. The Indian's impressive run in Doha also saw him become only the third Indian after Vijender Singh and Vikas Krishan to bag a World Boxing Championship medal.
SportsCafe Desk
featureboxing2 years ago

Vijender quietly confident ahead of pro boxing debut

India’s Vijender Singh is sweating it out for as many as 8 to10 hours a day at the gym preparing for his professional debut in England on October 10
SportsCafe Desk