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Polish opponent threatens to break Vijender's bones

Sat, May 07, 2016, 04:07 PM
India's professional boxer Vijender Singh started sparring with his sixth round opponent, Andrez Soldra, off the ring before their bout, in which his opponent warned him that he would break the Indian boxer's bones and send him back to India.

Vijender, who won the first five rounds easily knocking out French boxer Matiouze Royer in the fifth, said their fight in the ring would determine whose bones would be broken in the sixth round. Soldra may have to solder his bones. Their fight is fixed for May 13.

Soldra, on his part, claimed that Vijender had not faced an opponent like him so far.

Vijender said he had seen Soldra's videos, meaning he had worked up his line of attack. And May 13 would determine the winner.

Such sparring is usual among professional boxers who try to browbeat their opponents. The winner or loser is determined in the ring.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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