India’s boxing sensation Vijender destroyed Dean Gillen inside one round with a phenomenal power-packed performance at the National Stadium in Dublin in his first ever professional fight in Ireland. Singh followed up his pro debut last month, when he smashed Sonny Whiting at the Manchester Arena, with another destructive display, but in less than half the time, as he pummelled Nottingham’s Gillen with big right hands. Gillian went down in the middle of the round, which was ruled a slip by the referee, but Singh went straight on the attack. He didn’t let Gillen rest as he landed punch after punch with Gillen in the corner until Singh detonated a devastating right that dropped him and left him unable to beat the referee’s ten-count at the end of the round.
In 2009, Vijender Singh was officially the world’s number one amateur middleweight (AIBA rankings) and, a decade on, the Indian sensation expects to be sat on a similar perch in the professional arena.
Expect Indian ring sensation Vijender Singh to further expand his already bulging fan club when he fights for the second time as a pro at Dublin’s National Stadium on Saturday.
Indian megastar, Vijender Singh (1-0) is the next opponent lined up for Nottingham’s Fighting Fireman, Dean Gillen (2-0) on October 30 in Harrow Leisure Centre, London.
Indian hotshot Vijender Singh will face unbeaten Dean Gillen in his big London debut on Friday 30th October at the Harrow Leisure Centre.
Middleweight Singh made an immediate impact in his professional debut this month when he destroyed Sonny Whiting in three rounds at the Manchester Arena.
Indian boxing star Vijender Singh says he’s ready to put on another explosive performance in his London debut on Friday 30th October at the Harrow Leisure Centre.
Vijender Singh finally met childhood hero Naseem Hamed and the British ring legend has told the Indian sensation he can become the next big Asian superstar.
Singh was at the Emirates Stadium yesterday to watch Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Manchester United alongside promoter Frank Warren and Naz.
Indian boxing sensation Vijender Singh will face Sonny Whiting on his highly anticipated professional debut on Saturday 10th October at the Manchester Arena, England.
Francis Warren of Queensberry Promotions and I.O.S Boxing Promotions are delighted to announce that India’s boxing sensation Vijender Singh will make his exciting and long-awaited professional debut on Saturday 10th October at the Manchester Arena, England.
Francis Warren of Queensberry Promotions and Neerav Tomar of IOS Sport and Entertainment are today (Monday 29th June) delighted to announce that Vijender Singh, the superstar of Indian amateur boxing, has now turned professional.