Boxer Vijendra Singh ready to defend his Asia Pacific title

Photo of Indian Boxer Vijendra Singh.

New Delhi: Indian Boxer Vijendra Singh is all set to defend his Asia Pacific title against the previous world champion Francis Cheka. The world champion while talking about the forthcoming match went on to say that: “I will hit Vijender so hard on his face that he’ll never think of professional boxing again.”

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On the other hand the self-made boxer Vijendra believes in actions than words and wants his gloves to speak for him.

Vijendra, who previously bagged in the Asia Pacific title with a win against Australia’s Kerry Hope and now just after that great win he will be defending it for the very first time at Thyagaraj Sports Complex on 17th December in Delhi.

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Cheka, who challenged Vijender first, has more experience in the ring than the Haryana boy. Cheka has won 32 bouts of 43 and Singh has won all seven of his.

It has almost been three months since, Singh has been setting up his defence plan with his trainer Lee Beard in Manchester and is ready to fight for his title against Cheka.

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