Indian boxer Vijender Singh is gearing up for his maiden title fight in June at Delhi and is extending an invitation for the match to everyone from the PM to Sachin Tendulkar. Speaking about his maiden title bout, the 30-year old opened up about his training and how Haryana shaped him.
Sonny Whiting, Dean Gillen, Samet Hyuseinov and Alexander Horvath via knockouts. The boxer, who will next face Frenchman Matiouze Royer on April 30, talked about how Haryanvi diet helped him get strong. The 30-year old had said that he grew up eating ghee and
Although his maiden title bout is still two months away, the veteran has set his eye on winning it after winning four bouts out of four in his professional career.
"I am satisfied with my current performance, and by June, I will be 100% ready," the 30-year old said.
When asked about how he got a title bout so early in the career, he said, "There is a guy from Ukraine who won the Olympic gold and when he turned pro, he simply went for the world title. If the champion is fine with the challenge, then there is no problem."
Vijender’s fifth bout against Frenchman Matiouze Royer on April 30 will be an eight-round fight after going through four and six rounds till now. In preparation for the eight-round contest, the boxer said that he is working hard to build up his stamina for the fight.
"I have to do long sparring sessions, running, weight training, swimming, etc. Boxing is not just maar
The 2008 Olympics bronze medallist also expressed the hope of participating in the Olympics once again with The International Boxing Association (AIBA) planning to allow professional boxers in Olympics.
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