Unconquered since making his debut on the Pro Circuit, celebrated Indian boxer Vijender Singh is likely to compete for his third title in April and go for his maiden World title by the end of this year.
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.
The Vijender-Zulpikar super middleweight contest was to be a double Asian title fight with the Indian's WBO Asia-Pacific belt and the Chinese boxer's WBO Oriental title on the line
Francis Cheka was all fluff. The pre-fight talk fell flat as Vijender Singh rolled in a right, rattling the Tanzanian, as the referee decided to close down the bout giving the Indian an eighth straight win and the 2008 Beijing Olympic bronze medalist retained his WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight title.
"Be careful what you wish for kid", was British boxing star Amir Khan's response to Vijender Singh and his promoters' proposal of a possible showdown with the Indian in the coming few months.
Vijender Singh wins the WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight title against Australias Kerry Hope in New Delhi.