Sohail Ahmad plans for a big year in 2015

Undefeated Sohail Ahmad planning for big year in 2015Sohail-Ahmad

With an intention to go forward without any backlogs, the unbeaten light-welterweight champion Sohail Ahmad, as of now is booked in March 2015. So he is expected to kick off the year with a busy start.

At his standard haunt, Ahmad originally from Afghanistan will be fighting on March 7th at York Hall, Bethnal Green – the same setting for the five straight triumphs so far in his profession. The opposite parties who will be contending are yet to be confirmed and will be in over four three minute rounds.

Followed by, the subsequent date of March 28th will see Ahmad taken out of his common surrounds in London for the very first time heading to Portsmouth, Hampshire to try to win in his seventh professional competition while initiating his drive against Kristian Laight on 29th June 2013.

The undefeated boxer, who is also known as show star, says, “Got one in York hall, the second is not in my comfort zone in Portsmouth.

These plans mentioned are to push Ahmad’s record, with an upscale to commence challenging for titles. He commented, “We are in search of three more fights of six-rounder’s and then we will get a shot at a title and then I’ll go for the southern area. Having talks with people from Dubai for a Pan-Asia WBC title, in case it its unfilled then we can go for that.”

Suffering a hand injury at the present, he sustained in his last battle in opposition of Kristian Dochev at the York Hall in October. Over four rounds, the Afghan light-welterweight impressed in East London on Saturday October 11 as he achieved clear points win over Kristian Dochev. To some extent, the celebrations were flawed, on the other hand, as Sohail instantly to hospital to have a hairline fracture treated.

The Londoner concluded with optimistic views, “I’ll be back in the power struggle from January onwards and I’ll be joining up with the similarities of Tyrone Nurse, Kid Galahad, Mitchell Smith, and others who are queued up for the subsequent fight. I’m at the stage now where I need to be pairing with these guys.”

WBO Champion Manny Pacquiao Outclasses Algieri

WBO champion Manny Pacquiao outclasses Algieri

WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines has again proved his top-notch talent once again on his way to a wide points, by putting Chris Algieri on the floor four times in Macau.

Having had the American all over the place, the Filipino boxer looked to be heading for a first stoppage in five years in the sixth round, even though the contestant managed to endure with a very little help from the referee Genaro Rodriguez.

He succeeded every round in a fight that was absolutely preferential and now with anticipation moves on to some bigger battles in the year of 2015. 120-102 and 119-103 were the final scores of the competition.

In the chief support match, the WBO International Flyweight champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Zou Shiming conquered Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym through twelve rounds in order to remain unbeatable.

The board of judges came back with cards of 120-103 and 119-106 two times subsequent to four knockdowns because Shiming confirmed the validity of his credentials and moved on to superior fights in the coming year.

Knocking the Thai fighter down on the way to an all-inclusive 120-107 victory across the board, Vasyl Lomachenko conquered Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo in defense of his WBO featherweight title.

Previously, Roy Jones Jr protégé Jessie Vargas, with rich points of 116-112 victory over Antonio DeMarco kept hold of his WBA light-welterweight title on all three cards.