Challenge Accepted:Stop fighting kids,fight me,Vijender Singh to Amir Khan

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Giving open challenge to the British star boxer Amir Khan, India’s ace professional boxer Vejender Singh has teased Khan for the fight.

Throwing his verbal volley towards Amir Khan who had been quite vocal about a fight with Singh, said, “Stop fighting children, I am ready for a bout,”

Vijender said this after his 11th straight pro win.

Amir Khan is British star boxer with Pakistan origin. On several occasions Amir has expressed his desire to lock horns with Olympic bronze-medallist Vijender.

During the announcement of his last bout, Khan had also claimed that Vijender was scared of him. Replying to his challenge, the Haryana-boxer said it was Khan who picked juniors to fight against.

“I am ready to fight with Amir. He picked a junior boxer to fight. Neeraj Goyat is way junior to me. I had said before and I am saying it again I am ready to fight whenever he tells me to. He should stop fighting kids,” Vijender said.

A bout between the two prolific boxers may, however, be a long shot as Khan competes in the welterweight category (63.5kg-66.7kg) while Vijender contests in the super middleweight division (73kg-76kg) but the Indian was quick to come up with a solution for the problem.

“I can reduce my weight a little and he can increase it and we can agree on a mid point. He has done it before.” Vijender, who is still unbeaten in the professional arena, prevailed in his US debut against Mike Snider with a Technical Knockout to notch his 11th consecutive victory in the circuit.