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Vijender Singh Terminates His Contract With Frank Warren

By Team Singh

New Delhi: WBO Super Middleweight Asia Pacific champion Vijender Singh, who was promoted by IOS Boxing Promotions along with Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions, has decided to terminate his agreement with Queensberry Promotions with immediate effect. The reason behind terminating this contract is Queensberry Promotions not honoring and delivering their contractual obligations for more than a year.

Vijender Singh and Queensberry Promotions entered into an agreement in the mid of year 2015, Vijender has now decided to end the agreement and stay only and exclusively with IOS Boxing Promotions. From here on IOS will be responsible for future associations and promotions of Vijender Singh.

The first six UK fights were promoted by Queensberry fights in UK and two title fights in India were promoted by IOS Boxing Promotions. Vijender Singh remains undefeated in the professional circuit at 8-0, and has reached a world ranking of No.10 in the WBO rankings.

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Commenting on this Vijender Singh said, “Yes, it is true that I have decided to end my agreement with Queensberry promotions. For future fights I am in discussions with my current promoter IOS Boxing Promotions. There were a lot of things that Queensberry Promotions had committed to me as part of their contractual obligations, but failed to deliver. I have had a very good career with them, but not fulfilling what you commit is something I don’t agree with. Maybe in future, Queensberry and I work together, but as of now I am only working with IOS Boxing Promotions. I am looking forward to have my next fight in July 2017 in Mumbai promoted by IOS.”

Neerav Tomar, Promoter IOS Boxing Promotions said “It is unfortunate that we could not go the distance with Queensberry Promotions due to non-delivery of contractual obligations from their end as they had committed future fights in the UK and globally - which for one year they have been unable to do so. In order to ensure Vijender’s career progression in the professional boxing world, IOS on their own accord invested heavily and promoted his two title fights in India. Vijender and I are planning a series of fights starting from July in Mumbai. This will further enhance and fuel the growth of professional boxing in India”.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by whatismyname on 05-11-2017

would love to see him vs the dentist to test his skill. Wanna see these two step up

Comment by jackblack008 on 05-11-2017

Vijender and his new promoter wants the fights only in India. No top fighter is going to India except the bottom feeders. He is still a nobody but in a sports starved poor nation people compare him with Mike Tyson…

Comment by BoxingFan85 on 05-11-2017

[QUOTE=Dean_Razorback;17663353]who the f[B]u[/B]ck is this guy? and why a SMW wants to fight khan?[/QUOTE] He still a nobody.. Probably the only boxer from India who made it this far in pro(8-0) As to why he/khan want to fight each other…

Comment by .:: JSFD26 ::. on 05-11-2017

[QUOTE=Beercules;17663428]I actually caught her licking beer before :alcoholic[/QUOTE] Lmao I had some dogs before who loved hitting the rum in the cup. They actually got "drunk" if you wanna call it that.

Comment by Beercules on 05-11-2017

[QUOTE=.:: JSFD26 ::.;17663382]And probably drunk just like yours too. :lol1:[/QUOTE] I actually caught her licking beer before :alcoholic

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