A franchised based boxing league will be soon organized in India; says Head of Boxing Federation of India

Boxing sport isn’t everyone’s cup of tea; no matter the boxers don’t even consider a cup of tea (Healthy diet consciousness fact). Indian boxing has drastically improvised its quality. Boxers seem to be more focused due to rising competition, simultaneously women boxers have come up with huge spirits.

Looking forward to make Indian boxers to compete strongly on the international platform, President of Boxing federation of India— Ajay Singh announced on Wednesday about the plan to organize very first franchise based boxing league in this year.

The announcement was made at closure ceremony of 2017 AIBA (International Boxing Association) commissions meeting, where Singh conveyed about his plans to start their own boxing league. He said, “This boxing league can be utilized as great prospects in terms of exposure and financial backup”.

The BFI lead also affirmed that “India is scheduling to host a major tournament every year as an attempt to make our boxers full-fledged before 2020 Tokyo Olympics”.

The very first of such event will Women’s Youth World Championship which is projected to take place in November 2017. It has been also said that this is just a start of upcoming plans, as India plans to organize some major boxing events each year and Indian boxers will also participate in the upcoming 2017 World Series Boxing competition.

The AIBA commissions meeting was first time held in India. In the meeting chairpersons from different 11 commissions of AIBA were present to talk about the future of global boxing.

The President of AIBA— Dr. Wu Ching Kao said post formation of BFI, the condition of India has been stabilized. He also claimed that India has the potential to achieve the status of world boxing superpower.



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