Pakistani Boxer Waseem Wins Wbc Silver Flyweight Title

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Professional Pakistani boxer Muhammad Waseem Khan on Sunday clinched the World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver Flyweight title in a tough fight against Philippines’ Jether Oliva at the Millenium Hilton Hotel in Seoul.

Pakistani Boxer Waseem WinsPresident Mamnoon Hussain, Chief Minister Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, and other leaders congratulated the boxer over his win. Balochistan Sports Minister Mir Mujeebur Rehman announced a Rs0.5 million prize for Muhammad Waseem after his victory.
Initially it was an ordinary fight but WBC last month turned it into a world silver title fight. The victory catapults the 28-year-old Pakistani boxer among the top four in the world.
Muhammad Waseem, who hails from Quetta, prepared for the fight under famous trainer Jeff Mayweather at the boxing club of renowned boxer Floyd Mayweather Junior in Las Vegas. Jeff is the uncle of Floyd Mayweather Junior, one of the world’s greatest boxers of his time.
Waseem comes across as one of the most capable and promising young boxers that Pakistan has produced in recent times.
Before this match, Waseem had played only three fights and won them all.
The Pakistani boxer, who switched over to pro boxing early last year, made a dream debut when he knocked out.
Korea’s Min Wook Lee in the ninth round to win the Korean Boxing Commission (KBC) title on October 4, 2015.
He knocked out Suparyanto Doglo of Indonesia in the third round in his second bout in Bangkok on December 5, 2015.Read more source page