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‘Sniper’ Takes On Challenge

Fight confirmed: Sebastian Singh to face hard hitting Vanuatu champ in Nadi   Classy welterweight boxer Sebastian ‘Sniper’ Singh is going to take on hard hitting Fred Nasep of Vanuatu
24 May 2018 10:00
‘Sniper’ Takes On Challenge
Welterweight boxer Sebastian ‘Sniper’ Singh after the press conference at the Grand Pacific Hotel, Suva on May 23, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

Fight confirmed: Sebastian Singh to face hard hitting Vanuatu champ in Nadi

 

Classy welterweight boxer Sebastian ‘Sniper’ Singh is going to take on hard hitting Fred Nasep of Vanuatu in the main bout of the Sea Side Charity Promotion on July 13 at Prince Charles Park, Nadi.

This was confirmed during a press conference at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva yesterday.

Promoter Mukesh Freddy Chand said they are grateful to Singh and his manager Aman Ravindra Singh for making the 10-round fight happen.

“It has been a while since Sebastian hasn’t been in the ring so people will really love to watch him fight again,” Chand said.

“Sebastian hasn’t had quality fights so we gave him the first chance and it was accepted by his manager so the whole of Fiji is looking forward to this fight.”

Nasep shocked local fans last month when he stopped promising Krishna Mudaliar in the seventh round.

Speaking to SUNsports, Singh said he would give his best to do his country proud.

“We know that my friend Fred Nasep came to our country and won his fight here. He has taken control of the welterweight division. This division always belong to us Fijians and I’m going to do everything to get it back.”

Singh said preparation for the match is going well and he’s focusing on areas that would further enhance his skills.

“We are working more on speed and power. I will be giving the public a new taste that they haven’t seen before, when I get into the ring. I know that I won’t disappoint my fans. I want to give them what they want and for them to get their monies worth.

“This fight should be an explosive one since Nasep is such a good opponent. It will help me since I haven’t played with a decent opponent so I think this fight will bring the best out of me,” he added.

Edited by  Leone Cabenatabua

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