New Delhi, September 10
Indian boxer Neeraj Goyat has once more challenged former world champion Amir Khan for a bout. Last yr, Goyat was hospitalised after struggling extreme accidents following a automotive accident in June due to which he couldn’t combat in a WBC Pearl World Championship conflict in opposition to Khan, the star British boxer.
The 27-year-old Goyat from Haryana is now match and desirous to combat. Goyat mentioned a bout between him and Khan ought to be deliberate since sports activities actions are resuming “slowly” after the Covid-19 pandemic-forced lockdown. “Whenever he says, wherever he says, I am ready to fight. I can’t wait to see him in the ring. He is a champion boxer and beating him will give me satisfaction,” Goyat mentioned.
In March, Goyat thrashed New Zealand’s Obedi Maguchi in his first skilled bout after his accident. Goyat prevailed in simply two rounds of what was to be a six-round contest. “It was a great comeback for me. It helped me get back my confidence which got shattered after the accident. I am training at home in Yamunanagar and getting myself ready for the fight (as and when planned),” he mentioned. — IANS
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“I would want to knock him out in front of the jam-packed stadium. I know the organisers (promoters of professional boxing) are concerned with Covid-19 right now. So no problem, they can take their time but they should plan a fight soon,” Neeraj Goyat mentioned. “I am sure our fight will boost professional boxing in India. I speak to Amir over the phone on a regular basis. We are friends outside the ring, but inside the ring we are totally different,” he added.