Former welterweight world champion Amir Khan will end a near two year hiatus from the sport with a bout in Liverpool on April 21 against an unnamed opponent he announced on Wednesday.
Former world and Asian champion L Sarita Devi (60kg) on Tuesday advanced to the quarterfinals of the National Women's Boxing Championships.
Despite being in different weight catrgories, Vijender Singh feels that there is no reason why the fight against Amir Khan can't be arranged.
With this win, he registered his tenth consecutive win in his professional boxing career.
Vijender Singh vs Ernest Amuzu Highlights: Vijender Singh beats Ghana's Ernest Amuzu to register 10th consecutive win
Ahead of his 10th Pro-Boxing bout against Ernest Amuzu of Ghana, India boxing star Vijender Singh is not taking anything for granted as he is gearing up for his double title defence match at the Rajasthan Rumble on December 23.
How to watch the Vijender Singh and Ernest Amuzu bout. Read all about live coverage from Sawai Man Singh Stadium, Rajasthan on December 23.
Vijender Singh has a tough opponent to face in Ernest Amuzu.
Driven on by the legacy of three-time world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, Mary Kom has now set her sights on the Commonwealth Games.
Vijender Singh's trainer Lee Beard said that the game plan was to control the fight in first 2-3 rounds.
Vijender Singh was last seen in action in August when he defeated China's No.1 boxer Zulpikar Maimaitiali to claim the WBO Oriental title.
The Mayweather-McGregor fight was widely dismissed as a circus before the bout, which was eventually won by Mayweather -- returning from a two-year retirement -- with a 10th round knockout.
Vijender Singh will take on Ernest Amuzu in Jaipur on December 23.
Manny Pacquiao stressed that Conor McGregor is just one of many possible opponents when he returns to the ring for the first time since his defeat to Horn.
Indian boxing star Vijender Singh is set to defend his WBO Oriental and Asia Pacific Super middleweight titles against Ghana's Ernest Amuzu in Jaipur on December 23
The BFI, already recognised by the International Boxing Association (AIBA) and the Sports Ministry, finally got the IOA's nod.
India finished the World Women's Youth Championships tournament with five gold medals.