IOS Boxing Promotions today announced the start of the online ticket sales for Vijender Singh’s WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight title defence against former World Champion Francis Cheka at the “Night of the Champions” to be held at the Thyagaraj Stadium in New Delhi on December 17.
The tickets are available on www.bookmyshow.com. The general stands are priced at Rs. 1000, Premium Stand for Rs. 1500, VIP Stand Rs. 2000, Gold Ringside tickets for Rs. 10,000 and Platinum Ringside for Rs. 15000. There will be an early bird with a discount of 10 percent till 30th November 2016. Around 5000 tickets are up for sale for the highly anticipated event.
Undefeated Vijender Singh will defend his WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight title against former World Champion and Current Intercontinental Champion Francis Cheka. Knockout king had won his WBO Asia Pacific Supper Middleweight title defeating Australian boxer Kerry Hope on 16th July 2016 at the same venue that witnessed record-breaking attendance by fans of the King of the Ring – Vijender Singh. Distinguished attendees of the political sphere along with the
Commenting on this, Neerav Tomar, Promoter, IOS Boxing Promotions said, “Seeing the grand success of the last fight night, we are sure that the loyalty of boxing fans has increased in our country, since our last fight night held in July and the sport is doing comparatively better. This time around we are giving early bird discounts till 30th November. We are hoping to see a houseful this time as well, when Vijender will take on highly experienced and former World Champion Francis Cheka.”
Vijender Singh headliner fight will see top Indian boxers make their pro-boxing debut on the fight night. The undefeated king of the ring Vijender Singh has 7 wins under his belt, with 6 being Knockout wins while his opponent the 34-year-old experienced boxer from Tanzania is a veteran of 43 fights with 32 wins including 17 KO’s and has tested himself against top super-middleweight talent including WBA World Champion Fedor Chudinov from Russia and WBC International Champion Matthew Mecklin from UK. The talented boxer has racked up 300 grueling rounds under his belt in the 16 years of his career compared to Vijender Singh’s 27 and has no fear fighting in India.
Vijender is currently training hard in Manchester, UK, with his globally acclaimed champion trainer Lee Beard.
The fight will be telecasted live on Star Sports 1 and HD 1 along with Hotstar.