Russian boxer Artysh Lopsan says he’s glad to finish Vijender Singh’s unbeaten file

Russian boxer Artysh Lopsan says he’s glad to finish Vijender Singh’s unbeaten file

In a significant anti-climax, the 26-year-old six toes 4 inches tall pugilist out-slugged Vijender within the ”Battle on Ship” right here on Friday night and the bout was determined within the fifth spherical itself, ending in a knockout.

Russian boxer Artysh Lopsan says he is glad to end Vijender Singh's unbeaten record

Vijender Singh (proper with Artysh Lopsan earlier than the combat. Twitter/@boxervijender

Panaji: Russian boxer Artysh Lopsan, who ended star pugilist Vijender Singh’s unbeaten run within the skilled circuit, stated he was glad to turn out to be the primary individual to cease the Indian’s juggernaut.

In a significant anti-climax, the 26-year-old six toes 4 inches tall pugilist out-slugged Vijender within the ”Battle on Ship” right here on Friday night and the bout was determined within the fifth spherical itself, ending in a knockout.

“My technique labored in opposition to Vijender, he is an effective fighter. I wish to thank everybody who organized this bout, it was a beautiful expertise. I”m glad to turn out to be the primary one to interrupt the unbeaten file of Vijender Singh,” Lopsan stated after the combat.

Although dejected, Vijender put up a brace face, saying he would come again stronger.

“It was a great combat. He’s a younger and robust fighter,” stated Vijender, a 2008 Beijing Olympics bronze medallist.

“However I’ll absolutely come again stronger and beat him in Moscow,” the boxer from Bhiwani stated.

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