Vijender Singh wins boxer's knockout, 11th victory in streak

Jul 16 2019 03:15 PM
Vijender Singh wins boxer's knockout, 11th victory in streak

American professional circuit, Indian star boxer Vijender Singh scored a technical knockout victory over his more experienced Mike Snyder. In the eight-round super middleweight bout, the 33-year-old Haryana boxer dominated four rounds to secure his 11th consecutive victory in the circuit. 

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In his statement, Vijender said, "It is fantastic to return to the ring after a long time. It's great to come to America and win here. It was really exciting. I am very happy to win in the U.S.," the victory came in the second minute of the fourth round when Vijender beat Snyder with a straight punch, forcing the referee to bout in favour of this Indian boxer. "It took me four rounds to make a dominance. I expected two or three rounds, but I took four rounds.

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For your information, let's say this is Vijender's eighth win. The 38-year-old Snyder's punch didn't show much strength during the entire bout, while Vijender's punch, which returned more than a year later, was quite accurate and powerful. Vijender did not show any threat against the local strong contender and easily stopped Snyder's weak attack. Snyder's winning record is 13-5-3. Former WBO Asia Pacific champion Vijender had recently contested from the South Delhi seat in the general election but lost. Vijender wants to take part in two more fights this year after contracting with Tom Rank promotions of 'Hall of Fame' Bab Arum.

 

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