Saturday, 17 December 2016

Vijender Singh vs Francis Cheka boxing highlights: 8th win for Vijender

Vijender Singh shielded his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight title by beating Tanzanian boxer Francis Cheka by a TKO at Thyagaraj Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday. Vijender, the 2008 Beijing Olympics bronze medallist, is undefeated in eight expert sessions now. Get the highlights of the Vijender Singh versus Francis Cheka session and additionally the undercard experiences here. 

Vijender Singh vs Francis Cheka

22:32 IST: It may have been a disappointment for some fans who thronged to Thyagaraj Stadium to watch Vijender Singh guard his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight belt against veteran boxer Francis Cheka of Tanzania. The 10-round session finished in three rounds, with the official ceasing the challenge. The TKO triumph has kept Vijender's beginning proficient profession flaw free. He now has seven knockouts against his name from eight sessions. Also, however the group couldn't see their whiz battle longer, they celebrated the triumph in style. 

22:13 IST: Vijender Singh's triumph - a TKO over Francis Cheka of Tanzania - after official ceased the challenge in the third round, sent the entire of Thyagaraj Stadium into a celebratory craze. Standard for the occasion, one can state. In any case, individuals, particularly those on the front line, going crazy and entering the ring, while numerous others were obstructing Vijender's way to seize him and salute , made a touch of perplexity and could have been maintained a strategic distance from. 

22:07 IST: Baba Ramdev and Sushil Kumar entered and numerous other front-fow onlookers the ring as Vijender Singh was declared the victor of the session against Francis Cheka. Well, this - the perplexity - happens just in India. 

22:05 IST: Vijender Singh holds his WBO Asia Pacific Super-middleweight title beating Francis Cheka. 

22:00 IST: Francis Cheka is utilizing body developments to attempt and avoids Vijender Singh's jabs. A bit of showboating from the Indian too. However, the Tanzanian handled two or three great blows, Vijender struck back with two or three his own, including one from a poke and a snare. Vijender landed 7 punches to Cheka's 3 in the second round. Wins it effortlessly 

21:55 IST: Vijender Singh is making great utilization of the achieve advantage he has over Francis Cheka. However, the Indian is not taking a stab at anything forceful in the first round. He has attempted a couple punches, surveying the rival. Vijender gets got by a fast combo from Cheka in the most recent seconds of the round. In any case, the Indian wins the round, landing 3 punches to Cheka's 1. 

21:52 IST: The session starts, Vijender Singh and Francis Cheka selecting to battle all things considered, looking at each other with testing hits. 

21:50 IST: From the non-verbal communication of the contenders, Francis Cheka looks apprehensive while Vijender Singh is by all accounts casual and prepared for the execute. The session is set to begin in two or three minutes. 

21:45: The group at Tyagaraj Stadium emits to a free for all as Vijender Singh strolls into the ring to shield his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight title belt against Francis Cheka. This is the episode of the night which individuals have been sitting tight for. 

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21:41 IST: Francis Cheka strolls in for the session. Not to an awesome gathering one would state. 

21:38 IST: The group is sitting tight calmly for their legend to stroll into the ring. Vijender Singh is up next, protecting his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight title belt against Francis Cheka of Tanzania. Notwithstanding, there has been a deferral in procedures. The session has been rescheduled for 21:50 IST. 

21:27 IST: Pardeep Kharera was the main Indian to lose in the night. The initial three episodes of the night (undercards) were won by nearby contenders - Deepak Tanwar, Dharmender Grewal and Kuldeep Dhanda. Hotshot Vijender Singh is up in a short time, guarding his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight crown against Francis Cheka of Tanzania. 

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21:17 IST: A tight session yet Australia's Scott Edwards ended up being somewhat more grounded than India's Pardeep Kharera. Edwards was the assailant in the 6th and last round of their Welterweight (Indo-Australia) session and won the session by consistent choice, taking four rounds to two. 

21:13 IST: Pardeep Kharera puts Scott Edwards down to the canvas twice in the fifth round, the first being an excursion and the second a genuine thump. The Indian then associated a couple punches to win the round. Kharera landed 11 punches Edwards' 9. 

21:10 IST: Scott Edwards of Australia won the fourth round over Pardeep Kharera in their Welterweight (Indo-Australia) session. He landed 14 punches to the Indian's 12 in the round. This one is a six-round issue so still a reasonable piece to go. 

21:05 IST: Both boxers backed off a little in the third round even as they exchanged blows, for the most part to the body. In the moderately lazy round, Kharera landed 7 punches while Edwards won the round by associating 10. The Aussie, be that as it may, endured a cut on his temple, somewhat over the left eye. 

21:00 IST: Kharera continued taking a shot at Edwards with his pokes and once the Aussie approached he attempted his correct snares and body blows also. The Indian appears appeared to be in control of the session however Edwards returned unequivocally in towards the end of the second round. Kharera landed 9 punches while Edwards got 13 punches through, winning the round. 

20:55 IST: Edwards has a stature and achieve advantage over Kharera. However, the Australia battled within against the Indian as opposed to utilize the span. That worked to support Kharera as he sent through a couple stinging pokes and snares to win the first round. Kharera landed 6 punches to Edwards' 4. 

20:50 IST: Up next is the Welterweight (Indo-Australia) session between India's Pardeep Kharera and Scott Edwards of Australia. 

20:45 IST: Indians are administering the ring so far at Thyagaraj Stadium. The initial three episodes of the night (undercards) have been won by nearby warriors - Deepak Tanwar, Dharmender Grewal and Kuldeep Dhanda. Genius Vijender Singh is up after two sessions, guarding his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight crown against Francis Cheka of Tanzania. 

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20:40 IST: Though things were ugly, Kuldeep Dhanda landed a couple blows on Indonesia's Egy Rozten. The Indian dealt with a triumph by consistent choice over Rozten in the Lightweight south east Asia session. 

20:37 IST: More secures and wild swings followed in the third round of the Dhanda versus Rozten session. Cycle 3 was won by Dhanda once more, landing seven punches against the Indonesian's two. 

20:34 IST: Dhanda landed eight punches to Rozten's six in the second round. 

20:33 IST: Dhanda continued pursuing Rozten to arrive unequivocal blows yet was depending more on speed than blends. That implied the Indonesian could avoid as a general rule. Dhanda landed several blows, however so did Rozten. The session looked less appealing, and once they secured and tumbled to the ground together. Somewhat unprofessional! 

20:30 IST: The first round amongst Dhanda and Rozten was a cagey undertaking with both boxers utilizing their speed to traverse the barrier of the other. The Indian landed several strong rights, which pushed the Indonesian to the ropes. That ought to give the round to the Indian. 

20:25 IST: Next session is the four-round lightweight south east Asia experience between Kuldeep Dhanda of India and Egy Rozten of Indonesia 

20:20 IST: Even as we sit tight for the enormous episode of the day - Vijender Singh versus Francis Cheka - alternate Indians in the undercard are setting the tone. In the opening episode of the night, Deepak Tanwar beat Sutriyono Bara Boys of Indonesia by a TKO (lightweight). Dharmender Grewal won the following session (Cruiserweight intercontinental), beating Abasi Kyobe by consistent choice in a session that endured the separation (four rounds). 

20:15 IST: Indians have won two out of two sessions in the night. Dharmender Grewal beat Abasi Kyobe of Uganda by consistent choice in their four-round Cruiserweight intercontinental session. 

20:10 IST: Grewal adhered to his bread-and-spread punch and straight combo to land some stinging blows on Kyobe. The Indian looked fit as a fiddle while the Ugandan appeared adrift to the extent battle technique is concerned, adhering to secures and wild swings. Grewal plainly won the third round as well. 

20:05 IST: The two Cruiserweight pugilists appeared to have tired down a bit, however it was only the second round of the session. There were a couple swing and misses. Grewal, be that as it may, handled a couple of shots on the body with his snares and two or three hits as well. Kyobe secured Grewal a couple times to stop the Indian's assault. Grewal won the second round by the looks of it. 

20:00 IST: In the opening round, Grewal was attempting to open up the resistance of Kyobe with pokes and body combos from outside. The Ugandan was utilizing an exemplary look a-boo style watch. The Indian was the exuberant of the two and the judges have given him the round. 

19:55 IST: India's Dharmender Grewal is up next, going up against Abasi Kyobe of Uganda in a four-round Cruiserweight intercontinental session. 

19:50 IST: Deepak Tanwar's triumph has ideally set the tone for the Indians including in the night highlighted by superstar Vijender Singh's first title resistance, against Francis Cheka of Tanzania. 

19:45 IST: A TKO. Deepak Tanwar is too useful for Sutriyono Bara Boys . The Indian has won the session after arbitrator stops the challenge barely two minutes into the second round. Tanwar was battling with an open watch, getting the hits easily. The Indonesian had a couple swing and misses, best case scenario before a whirlwind of punches from Tanwar ceased the challenge. 

19:40 IST: TDeepak Tanwar punches down Sutriyono Bara Boys of Indonesia a moment into the first round. The Indonesian gets a standing eight tally from the ref. The round has been obviously won by the Indian. 

19:35 IST: The main episode of the night starts. India's Deepak Tanwar goes up against Sutriyono Bara Boys of Indonesia for Lightweight division. 

Vijender Singh will make the principal safeguard of his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight belt against Francis Cheka, who is the most refined contender the Indian boxer has confronted so far in his expert vocation. 

Vijender Singh won his first star title, beating Australia's Kerry Hope in a similar field in July. The triumph pushed Vijender into the main 10 of the WBO world rankings for the Super-Middleweight classification. 

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Vijender, with six knockouts added to his repertoire, overwhelmed the session against Hope, who was an accomplished contender himself. In any case, Vijender's unrivaled ring-make made it resemble a cakewalk, particularly in the last parts of that session. 

Be that as it may, Cheka is a boxer who has been there in the genius circuit for, apparently, an unfathomable length of time. He has a star record of 32 wins, 9 misfortunes and 2 draws. The Tanzanian, who is the current Intercontinental Super Middleweight champion, has undermined to end Vijender's expert vocation. 

Vijender Singh beat Kerry Hope of Australia at the Thyagaraj staduim in July to win his WBO Asia Pacific Super-Middleweight title. (HT Photo) 

In spite of the fact that that announcement can be bushed aside as pre-session verbal joust, Cheka has the ring background (300 adjusts in rivalry while Vijender has just burned through 27 adjusts in the master ring) to endeavor what he asserted he would. 

Be that as it may, in Vijender, the 35-year-old not simply confront a more youthful rival (the Indian is 31 now) additionally an in fact sound boxer who is enhancing with each trip in the professional ring.

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