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Ravudi: I Want Singh

Naitasiri terrier Jese Ravudi has called on World Boxing Foundation Asia Pacific super lightweight champion Sebastian ‘Sniper’ Singh to fight him. The 25-year-old Ravudi made short work of slugger Franco
23 Aug 2017 15:57
Ravudi: I Want Singh
From left: Boxing Commission director Usman Ali with Jese Ravudi in Sigatoka. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Naitasiri terrier Jese Ravudi has called on World Boxing Foundation Asia Pacific super lightweight champion Sebastian ‘Sniper’ Singh to fight him.

The 25-year-old Ravudi made short work of slugger Franco Frazier with a third round knockout win at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka on August 12.

This has brought his record to 9 pro fights with 6 wins, 2 losses and a draw. He fought and drew with Michael Mlacic of Australia for the vacant New South Wales lightweight title.

“I’ve heard a lot of noise from Sebastian and I’m ready to fight him anytime, anywhere,” Ravudi said.
“It is just typical of him delaying the fight. You can take the horse to the well but you cannot force the horse to drink from the well.”

However, Singh said Ravudi needs to prove himself.

The Toorak based- boxer boasts of a proud record of 9 wins and 2 losses.

“Jese is a good fighter and very aggressive but fought a fighter that was not fit at all.

“Franco was a last minute replacement, even a last minute replacement dropped him to the ground, if I had taken him I will destroy him straight up,” Singh said.

“I have no interest in fighting local guys right now and I want to change the mindset and go for something bigger so our country can be recognised.

“I’m gunning for something better, there is no point in fighting him.

“If the fight, makes sense to me one day then bring it on! I always want to lift my boxing but Jese won’t lift anything. I’m not being arrogant or cocky I know my calibre.”

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua
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