newsboxing5 days ago

Fight at Madison Square Garden and a title contest with Canelo Alvarez on Vijender Singh’s US dreamlist

Olympic bronze medallist and now professional boxer Vijender Singh has revealed that he would like to fight at Madison Square Garden and against Canelo Alvarez for his first match in the USA. The Indian boxer is unbeaten since turning a professional boxer back in the year 2015.
SportsCafe Desk
newsboxing2 months ago

Boxing | It has been a dream come true year for me, Says Amit Panghal

Boxer Amit Panghal has admitted that 2018 has been a wonderful year for him so far as he has won a silver medal in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and a Gold medal at the Asian Games, Indonesia. Amit won the Gold medal by beating the reigning Olympic Champion Hasanboy Dusmatov of Uzbekistan.
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newsboxing3 months ago

Pro Boxing | Amir Khan wants to wear Pakistan colour when he fights Vijender Singh

Pakistan origin boxer from England, Amir Khan wants to don the Pakistan colour whenever he gets to fight Indian professional Vijender Singh in the near future. Khan has time and again expressed his desire to take on Vijender Singh in the past, but now he wants to give it an India vs Pakistan angle.
SportsCafe Desk
newsboxing5 months ago

Vijender Singh might re-enter the ring in September

Vijender Singh has said that his fight for the Commonwealth super middleweight title, which was canceled earlier this month, might be held in September, but the opponent is yet to be decided by the Commonwealth committee. Vijender who is now 4th in the WBO rankings was to fight against Lee Makhram.
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featureboxing5 months ago

Five similarities between Pokerbaazi and Mukkebaazi

Without a doubt, Poker and Boxing are right up there when it comes to entertaining and popular sports. And despite the contrasting style of play and rules, the two sports, astonishingly, share numerous traits and virtues that are similar and immensely necessary to excel in the sports. 
Pokerbaazi
newsboxing5 months ago

Vijender Singh will have to wait for third title as Lee Markham opts out due to injury

Olympic bronze medalist Vijender Singh will have to wait to get his hands on a possible third world title after his opponent for the clash on July 13 Lee Markham of England pulled out due to injury. Singh has already claimed the WBO Asia Pacific and Oriental Super Middleweight titles.
SportsCafe Desk
newsboxing6 months ago

Paying 33% of the income to Haryana government helped Vijender Singh get the permission to turn pro

Vijender Singh, who won a bronze medal in 2008 Olympic Games, was the first sportsperson who had a job in Haryana government and was seeking permission to turn pro in 2015. A new policy to pay 33 percent of the income earned by the sportsperson was framed by the government after Vijender’s case.
SportsCafe Desk
newsboxing9 months ago

Former boxers questions selection policy for Commonwealth Games

Vijender Singh and Commonwealth bronze medallist Jitender Kumar have questioned the Boxing Federation of India’s (BFI) decision to use the points system as the criteria for selection for the 2018 CWG. BFI have moved away from the conventional trials method that is used all around the world.
SportsCafe Desk
newsboxinga year ago

Vijender Singh all set to defend both titles

Vijender Singh, the current WBO Asia Pacific and WBO Oriental Super Middleweight champion, will defend his titles in the Rajasthan Rumble on December 23 against Ernest Amuzu. Vijender has won all of his bouts in his pro boxing career and will be aiming to make it 10-0 with a win against Amuzu.
Press Release
newsboxinga year ago

I will leave Vijender beaten and broken in front of his home crowd’: Ernest Amuzu

The war of words has already begun ahead of Vijender Singh's 10th fight against Ernest Amuzu on December 23rd. The African champion, who has been working 8-10 hours a day for the fight, has drawn the first blood by stating that he will leave Vijender Singh broken in front of his home crowd.
Press Release