Sarjubala Devi to Make Her Big Pro Boxing Debut in Dubai

    Sarjubala Devi, India’s famous woman boxer and Olympian has decided to enter the professional arena and has signed a deal with leading Indian boxing promoter Mujtaba Kamal and Grassroot Boxing Promotions and Management in Imphal. She will make her debut in Dubai on Feb 26th, 2022.

    The 28-year-old Manipuri, is a silver medallist in the 2014 AIBA World Boxing Championship in Korea and a former Youth World Boxing gold medallist.

    The four-time national champion, Sarjubala Devi has represented India in many international tournaments and has won medals in almost all competitions that she has participated in.

    Sarjubala Devi will begin her pro journey with the Dubai Event to be held on 26th Feb 2022

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    Sarjubala Devi – image courtesy Twitter

    Sarjubala Devi was ranked second in 2014 in her weight category.

    Mujtaba’s company currently manages some of the top Indian professional boxers like Sabari J (current WBC India champion), Karthik S (WBC Asian silver winner), Faizan Anwar, Lalrinsanga Tlau (WBC youth world champion), Asif Asad, Gurpreet Singh and some other boxers.

    The media briefing was attended by P Doungel, Director General of Police, Manipur.

    Mujtaba said that he was happy to have added a sensational boxing talent to his stable.


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