November 29, 2020

Results from Mumbai, India: Chauhan and Kumar Battled it to a Draw

Sunny Chauhan and Suresh Kumar Battled to a Draw

Sunny Chauhan and Suresh Kumar Battled to a Draw

By Carlos Costa

Boxing continues thrilling fight fans in the Indian City of Dreams, Mumbai, with the latest show staged last Saturday, April 20, at the Marine Centre Boxing Academy, an exciting evening of combats organized by enthusiastic promoter Devraj Das and sanctioned by PBC India (Professional Boxing Commission of India).

In the exciting main event, undefeated Indian welterweight Sunny Chauhan (5-0-1, 2 KO’s) and 25-year-old Suresh Kumar of Hisar, Haryana — both pictured in the above photo during Friday’s weigh-in — engaged each other in a non-stop action war that ended in draw, fans clamoring for a rematch.

Strong Cruiserweight Jitender Nandal winner by TKO in round 2

In the co-feature, power-puncher cruiserweight Jitender Nandal, 24, stopped the brave Amol Kamble for a chapter two TKO win.

Actions reigned intense and rough during the first stanza, but in the second round Nandal’s power made the difference. With crushing combinations, the big Indian Lion Nandal poured mean leather on the brave Kamble, forcing the PBC third man to end the battle.

Jyoti (L) won a split decision over warrior girl Priyanka

In another collision, Jyoti Singh edged the quick Priyanka for a split decision win. The rumble unfolded in the center of the ring with both warriors demonstrating speed, heart and technical skills. At the end, however, the victory by a razor-thin margin was for Jyoti Singh.

L to R: PBC India Vice President India Vimal Punera, Supervisor Darsak Pawase, PBC India President Capt. Partho Das, Judge Arch Shivdas, and Administrator Parikshit Bhadoriya

In attendance during the evening of boxing were PBC India president Captain Partho Das with his right-hand man Vice-prez Vimal Chandra Punera. The PBC fight supervisor was Darsak Pawase, Also on duty were PBC Judge Archit Shivdas and PBC Administrator Parikshit Bhadoriya.

The High commissioner of PBC India, John Glozier, commended boxers and the officials of PBC for the entertaining show, encouraging all to keep up the good boxing.

PBC India Officials

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The author Carlos Costa is a Panama boxing reporter living in the Philippines. Carlos can be reached at carlos512@hotmail.com and whatsapp/viber/wechat: +639184538152.

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