New Delhi: India's professional boxer Olympic medalist Vijender Singh has won the Professional Fight's 9th match. The fight was the 9th professional fight of Vijender on Saturday. In the super midweight category, there was a tough fight between Zulfikar Mametiali of China and Vijender Singh of India.  

The beginning of this fight was already started in the social media, which Vijender completed on Saturday. The most important thing about this fight was that before the fight, both the boxers who started the war with war wars. Vijender had said that sugar is equal to how long it will be done that Ali responded that he will tell only in the fight what the Chinese can do.

The Chinese people were praising Vijender when he defeated Mumtaz Ali, then said that the Belt had won the award for peace and had appealed for peace between India and China. Since that the Chinese have praised Vijender.Singh's proposal is social Trends started in the media where many have expressed their gratitude .. This news is being shown prominently on the websites of the people.

Gaurat-lal is that India is going on in China from Varanasi in Jodhala due to which the Chinese are saying that the Prime Minister of India does not listen to Vijender's statement, will remove the army from Dholaklam, but peace will be done automatically opinion. Both the boxers were still invincible and the match was very important for them.

Before Vijender 8, Zulfikar Mamatiali was invincible with nine encounters. But Vijender fought the match winning 9th victory. It was tough enough to last up to 10 rounds, and finally, the victory came from the Indian boxer. Many celebrities had come to see this fight, including Amitabh Bachchan, Baba Ramdev Gulshan Grover, Sonu Sood etc.

 

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