Aug 6, 8 months ago

Twitter explodes as “Vijender Singh Defeats Chinese no. 1 Boxer” to lift 2nd WBO Title explodes as “Vijender Singh Defeats Chinese no. 1 Boxer” to lift 2nd WBO Title

Indian boxer Vijender Singh continued his winning streak in won his ninth bout in the professional boxing ring after beating Zulpikar Maimaitiali of China in a unanimous decision at the NSCI Complex in Worli, Mumbai.

Vijender won the bout that was adjudged 96-93, 95-94 and 95-94 by the three judges. After the bout an emotional Vijender said, “I want to dedicate this win to India-China friendship! There is some tension at the border, need peace. I don’t want the title, for peace and harmony at the border between India-China I will give it back to Maimaitial.”

Vijender now has the WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight title & WBO Oriental Super Middleweight title in his kitty.

Scores were as follows : 96-93, 95-94, 95-94 in the favour of Indian Vijender Singh.

Check how people wished Vijender after his heroics :


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