Fighter Mohammad Waseem prepares in Glasgow in front of next battle

Fighter Mohammad Waseem prepares in Glasgow in front of next battle

KARACHI: Pakistan's expert fighter and previous World No1 Mohammad Waseem on Thursday continued his preparation in Glasgow for his next battle which will be hung on November 22 in Dubai.

"I came to here yesterday night and today I continued my preparation," Waseem told 'The News' from Glasgow on Thursday. Waseem a month ago in Dubai thumped out Conrado Tenamor of the Philippines in the first round of the super flyweight, his best ever triumph in expert boxing. He will play another positioning session on November 22, likewise in Dubai.

After the great win in Dubai, Waseem pulled in the consideration of cricket legends Shoaib Akhtar, Wasim Akram, Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik. He was heartily invited by Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa and Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan which the fighter said roused him in front of his next battle.

Waseem makes arrangements for Holland

"Indeed, meeting these huge individuals and having got their help truly propelled me. I intend to buckle down for my next battle and ideally will accomplish the ideal outcomes," the 32-year-old Quetta-conceived contender said.

Waseem will be joined by his mentor Danny Vaughan on Tuesday as he is in London with a pack of fighters nowadays. Waseem is being cared for by MTK Global, a significant fighter the executives organization, situated in England. The organization has around 150 driving universal fighters added to its repertoire.

The previous double cross WBC flyweight world silver hero joined the administration organization a couple of months back. After the success in Dubai, Waseem took a decent break in Pakistan before getting a trip to Glasgow.

"I loose, invested great energy with my family and companions in Quetta and am very new," the previous Asian Games bronze medalist said. Waseem may go to Holland for some competing in front of his next battle. "Quite possibly I may go to Holland for some preparation as I will have the option to get diverse competing accomplices there," the contender said.

COAS General Bajwa meets fighter Muhammad Waseem

Waseem has played ten battles up until this point, winning nine of them with seven thump outs. He was fixed in a disputable way in the IBF world flyweight title session against Moruti Mthalane of South Africa in Malaysia in July 2018.

Subsequent to serving Pakistan in beginner circuit for over 10 years, Waseem turned professional only months in the wake of winning bronze in the flyweight rivalries of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. Before long, he made swells in the expert boxing world by winning the WBC world bit flyweight title, beating Jether Oliva of the Philippines in Seoul on July 17, 2016.

He verified the world title just in his fourth ace session. At that point working under AK Promotions, he safeguarded the title on November 27, 2016, when he showed signs of improvement of Giemel Magramo of the Philippines in a holding battle. Waseem additionally progressed toward becoming WBC world No1 in June 2017.

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