Indian sensation boxer Vijendra Singh is hopeful for his first defense of WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight title against earlier World Champion Francis Cheka. He says that it is my title and he is set to protect it with pride at the Thyagaraj Stadium in Delhi on Saturday.
Haryana 30-year-old boy defended his first WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight in July against Australian Kerry Hope. He is now observing to defense his title in front of the home crowd by banging out Cheka in the early rounds.
According to the sources, boxer Vijendra Singh said “I am confident of getting another win; I feel my stance is becoming better with every training session and on top of that I feel more powerful than ever. On December 17 you will all see the results of the hard work and dedication that goes on behind the scenes.”
Singh again added, “This is my title and I’ll be protecting it with pride. The support that I receive both here in the UK and back home in India is overwhelming. I’ll pay back everyone’s support and retain my title for the people of India!”
Vijendra says about the Tanzanian fighter is highly-experienced and also hungrier than him, he said “Cheka is a highly-experienced boxer, he has many bouts under his belt but I am the younger, stronger and hungrier fighter. He is coming to my homeland to take what is mine but I won’t let this happen. The Thyagaraj Stadium is my patch now and I’m expecting another huge crowd to come and support me.”
Vijendra Singh boxer of Indian who has made a volatile start to his pro career in the paid ranks by blowing his first seven challengers in just 27 rounds. Singh recently made a record seven out of seven wins without six knockouts.
Cheka is an expert fighter who wins 32 out of 43 fights including 17 KO’s. He recently holds the International Super Middleweight Championship title that he won earlier this year In February against Geard Ajetovic of Serbia.