Boxing continues full steam ahead in Mumbai, India.
The notable facts are that in 2019 Marine Pro Boxing Promotions did twelve numbers of fighting events all successfully, and this year 2020 it seems that Marine Pro Boxing will make even more.
Mumbai’s Marine Pro Boxing did the first fight in India in the beginning of the year. It was done in Mumbai, and the plan is to comply with at least 12 numbers of fight this year.
Another significant point is that most of the square rings all over the world’s are normally on the land. Boxers fight on land. That is normal in boxing. But Marine Pro boxing has its square ring on top of a swimming pool, which it makes it for a very unique platform.
In the hard-fought, international main event last January 18th, undefeated 22-year-old Afghanistan welterweight Mohammed Zekria Zamani secured a unanimous decision win over tough-as-nails veteran Amoxemi Gbenga of Nigeria.
Also, in one of the show’s main attractions, skilled flyweight Vimal Punera, 25, of Dehradun, Uttarakhand in Northern India, stopped younger Dawood hamdule in very first round with body shot. Its is a quickest knockout of the show, and fans loved it.
In the second bout of the evening, featherweight Arman got a TKO victory over Ashu kumar.
In addition, unbeaten cruiserweight Vedant Agrawal ravaged Yogesh for an effective KO triumph in the first stanza.
Plus, super welterweight Siddharth Varma won by Majority decision against Bhim singh of Haryana.
What’s more, 118-pounder Sandeep Kumar of Gurugram and Hans Raj fought a draw in an very even fight, and fanst would love a rematch.
In another draw, 154 pounder Sagar Nandu Salunke battled it out to a draw against focused-warrior Shashikant from Punjab.
Moreover, middleweight Suresh Kumar from the glorious Indian Army won by TKO over brave MD Saif Ali from Bihar.
The card was thrilling, with pave the way for the next show later on this month.
Indeed, hundreds of local as well as international boxing fans enjoyed the exciting show held at Mumbai’s Marine Center Club.
The event was production of Devraj Das, head of Marine Pro boxing Promotions, one of India’s leading promotion outfits.
Officials in charge of the the entertaining event were Deepak Patil, Mangesh Sawant, Shada Shiv Anna, Sangeeta Pawase and Darshak Pawase.
In attendance during the event was India’s PBC (Professional Boxing Commission) President Capt. Partho Das, as well as High Commissioner John Glozier.