"I am looking forward to fighting on 1 May in Tampa, Florida, in what will be a top-quality night of entertainment. I am all about bringing entertainment to all of the sporting worlds," Jangra said.
Indian Boxing League: Mandeep Jangra's comeback win helps North East Rhinos beat Punjab Panthers, seal semi-final berth
Yashpal claimed the first round with his energy but Mandeep Jangra used his unconventional style to great effect to be able to extend his run of victories to five from as many bouts.
Indian Boxing League: Nikhat Zareen, Mandeep Jangra help North East Rhinos secure hard-fought win over Bombay Bullets
Riding on determined efforts by skipper Nikhat Zareen and Mandeep Jangra, NE Rhinos registered a hard-fought 4-3 win over Bombay Bullets in their penultimate match in the Big Bout Indian Boxing League in New Delhi on Saturday.
Big Bout Indian Boxing League: Nikhat Zareen beats Pinki Rani as North East Rhinos register 4-3 win over Bengaluru Brawlers
NE Rhinos' Nikhat Zareen beat Pinki Rani of Bengaluru Brawlers in the women's 51kg to help her team notch up a win on the second day of the Big Bout Indian Boxing League in Greater Noida on Tuesday.
Amit Panghal, Gaurav Solanki among list of 50 boxers selected for elite men's preparatory camp for Asian, World Championships
The camp, featuring the likes of Gaurav Solanki, continues until 15 January next year and will be supervised by 14 coaches and headed by performance director Santiago Nieva
Boxer Akhil Kumar has joined a coaching course at the National Institute of Sports in Patiala, where he will mentor students. Kumar has taken temporary leave from his position of DSP in the Haryana Police.
Gaurav Solanki, Vikas Krishan selected in India boxing squad for Asian Games; trials only in two categories
Commonwealth Games gold-medallists Gaurav Solanki (56kg) and Vikas Krishan (75kg) were among the boxers selected on Tuesday for the Asian Games, for which two weight categories will be decided following trials.
The silver medals went to both the women finalists Sonia Lather (57kg) and Lovlina Borgohain (69kg) and Himanshu Sharma (49kg) and Etash Khan (56kg). All the four boxers fought their hearts out but failed to find favour with judges.
Ulaanbaatar Cup 2018: Shiva Thapa bags bronze at Mongolian boxing tournament; Sonia Lather, Mandeep Jangra reach finals
Ending with bronze medals were Shiva and Bina Devi Koijam (48kg), the latter a direct entrant into the last-four stage owing to the small size of the draw.
Ulaanbaatar Cup 2018: Shiva Thapa, Mandeep Jangra make it to semi-finals; India's medal tally rises to eight
Shiva, a world bronze-winner and multiple-time asian championships medallist, notched up a clinical unanimous win over Kyrgyzstan's Ravshanbek to make the semifinals. He will square off against local hope Battumur Misheelt in the last-four stage.
For the first time ever, an Indian boxing team has been picked without formal trials, a convention well-established and followed all across the world.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Mary Kom, Vikas Krishan feature in boxing squad; Gaurav Bidhuri, Shiva Thapa miss out
World medallists Gaurav Bidhuri and Shiva Thapa were the notable omissions, while the likes of M C Mary Kom and Vikas Krishan were picked in India's boxing squad for the Commonwealth Games, selected for the first time without conventional trials
Indian boxing's revival march will touch another milestone when the country hosts the inaugural India Open for men and women in New Delhi from Sunday in a field which would feature boxers from traditional powerhouses such as Cuba and Kazakhstan among others.
World Championships bronze-medallist Shiva Thapa was the only boxer recommended for this year's Arjuna award by the selection committee headed by Justice S K Agarwal.
L Devendro Singh and Vikas Krishan will be spearheading a nine-strong Indian boxing team picked for the AIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament.
Devendro, a silver-medallist from the previous edition of the event, out-punched Cornelis Kwangu Langu of Indonesia 3-0 in his quarterfinal bout.
Shiva will now face Kyrgyzstan's Omurbek Malabekov, who pummelled Nepal's Dinesh Shreshtha in his bout.
Severely short of international exposure owing to the administrative mess, Indian boxers face the uphill task of ensuring not just medals but also World Championship berths when they take off on Sunday night for what would be the "toughest" Asian Championships ever starting August 26 in Bangkok.
It turned out to be a largely disappointing day for Indian boxers at the Asian Games with former World Championship bronze-medallist Vikas Krishan (75kg) being the only one to advance, making the quarterfinal, while three others fell by the wayside.
The Commonwealth Games 2014 have been full of memorable moments, some joyous, some disappointing. Here's a look at some victories and losses.