"So we find that David's got a stamina problem, all we have to do is fix that." Thompson insisted he was not badly hurt in the second round and hopes the win will push him towards a third world title shot. 'The Tiger' is keen to return to Britain as he believes a win over Tyson Fury would be the ideal stepping stone. "I think all of you guys were surprised when I got up from that knockdown," he said. "The only people not surprised were me and my team." "I'll do the same thing to Fury - five rounds. David Haye is going to mess my plans up though because he's going to beat the hell out of Fury if they fight. So I'm not even talking to David right now!3 Indians in Asian Boxing Championships finals
The Indian went on to make a place in the title round with a victory with a unanimous decision. The 19-year-old will next take on another 19-year-old Obada Alkabeh from the home team today. Jangra too continued his purple patch. The 20-year-old was involved in tough scuffle for a place in the finals against Mongolia`s Asian Games bronze-medallist Jargal Otgonjargal.
And in less than a year we've been able to do that." The grumblers, the tear-down artists, were out in force at the start. Boxing debuted on Oct. 20, 2012 at Barclays, and the "I told you so" crowd noted that they saw ticket markdowns and package deals available everywhere in the weeks leading up to opening night. They cited that as proof the endeavor would fail. In fact, audience response has been quite respectable , Yormark said. The first show drew 11,112; the second, on March 9, 2013 drew 12,293; the third, on April 27 , drew 13,048.Three Indians in Asian Boxing Championships finals
Jangra too continued his purple patch. The 20-year-old was involved in tough scuffle for a place in the finals against mayweather vs canelo tickets Mongolia's Asian Games bronze-medallist Jargal Otgonjargal. The Mongolian boxer started strongly with some punishing body blows. But Jangra's solid defence and counter-attacking paid off and he kept accumulating crucial points. After nine minutes of intense boxing, the Indian emerged victorious on a unanimous decision from the judges. The national champion will now lock horns with 2010 Asian Games gold-medallist Daniyar Yeleussinov of Kazakhstan.