India’s professional boxer Vijender Singh had to cancel all his plans due to Kovid-19 but he is expected to get into the ring and resume his professional career in the last six months of the year.
Vijender is currently unstoppable in the circuit and has won all 12 of his matches. He has a contract with America’s Bab Arum’s Top Rank Promotions. America is also in the grip of this deadly epidemic, which has lost about 10,000 people there.
34-year-old Vijender, India’s first Olympic medalist in boxing, said, “I was supposed to enter the match in May but it has been canceled due to the current situation.” However, I hope that things will improve and at the end of the year I will get a chance to compete. I think it will happen. ‘
He said, “I am certainly at a loss, but nothing can be done.” In such a situation, it is appropriate to stay calm and wait for things to return to normal. ‘
Vijender said that he is practicing safely at his residence in Delhi. He said, ‘Everything is in my house and I don’t need to go out. I practice myself which is not unusual because I only get a trainer when I am in England. ‘
Vijender’s trainer is Manchester’s Lee Beard, who was to join him a few days before the match. The boxer said, “Whenever the fight starts, I want to prepare myself for that. I’m preparing at home because you can’t get out anyway. ‘