Indian boxing star Vijender Singh will make his debut in the US professional circuit on 13 July against local favourite Mike Snider in Newark, New Jersey.
Indian boxing star Vijender Singh will be gunning for his third professional title when he takes on Briton Lee Markham for the Commonwealth Super Middleweight belt on 13 July in London.
Vijender floored Ernest Amuzu on Saturday with a unanimous verdict to retain his WBO Oriental and Asia Pacific Super middleweight titles.
Vijender Singh's all-win record is an ode to his skill, but he must dare to fight better opponents to court lasting greatness
It is a question only Vijender is prepared to answer. How great does he want to be? And what is he willing to risk? If he wants greatness, he's going to have to go out and land himself a name opponent. And be prepared to risk it all.
Vijender Singh belatedly went into the offensive to defend his WBO Oriental and Asia Pacific Super middleweight titles with an unanimous verdict over African champion Ernest Amuzu in Jaipur on Saturday, continuing his unbeaten run in the pro circuit.
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Vijender Singh vs Ernest Amuzu: When and where to watch Rajasthan Rumble, coverage on TV and live streaming
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Vijender Singh is not taking anything for granted as he gears up to defend his WBO Asia Pacific and Oriental titles against Ghana's Ernest Amuzu
Vijender Singh says he won't let trash-talking Ernest Amuzu survive for 10 rounds in double WBO title bout
Does the trash talking ahead of these pro-boxing bouts bother Vijender? "Oh no, not at all," said the Olympic bronze medallist, "I don't get disturbed by such trash talking one bit. They are just tyrying to play with your mind.
India's Vijender Singh confident of 'knockout win' in double title defence against Ghana's Ernest Amuzu
With an aim to make it 10-0 in the Pro boxing ring, Vijender is training hard and warned his rival to not take him lightly.
Vijender Singh has fought nine bouts so far, winning all of them, and has collected the WBO Asia Pacific and Oriental Super Middleweight titles.