International boxer Aviral Ghimire is set to compete in the 'K One Super Welterweight Super Fight' competition which will be held at Nagoya Congress Center Event Hall in Nagoya, Japan on Sunday. He is competing with Japanese professional kickboxer Fujimura.
On social media today, K-One Club has announced that there will be a clash between boxers Aviral and Fujimura in the 'K-One Super Welterweight Super Fight' competition. The world-famous Aviral won the title of 'Himalayan Leopard' and became the first young Nepali boxer to win the title of 'Ke One Festival 2021' held in Tokyo, Japan last April. He made history by beating Japanese professional boxer Khotechu in the first round.
Abiral also had a comfortable victory over Japanese player Yoshida Yeeji in the 'Professional Kick Boxing Hit 48' last year. Aviral, the son of international boxer and Coach Dev Kumar Ghimire, has started preparation for the tournament in Corona Kahar in his father's special training. He said that necessary preparations for the competition have started today through social media. Coach Dev also said on social media, “Young boxer Aviral has recently reached new heights in boxing. I am confident of kissing K One Super Welterweight Super Fight. Being selected in this competition is a matter of prestige in itself. ”
Aviral, who had achieved historic success in boxing at an early age, had won second place in the prestigious 'K1 Kick Boxing International Championship 2020'. He was also the first Nepali boxer to participate in the competition at a young age. The 21-year-old lost to Brazilian Philip in the tournament for technical reasons. A resident of Chandragiri Municipality-12, Gurjudhara, has been living in Nagoya, Japan for the past five years.
According to Western United Club President Ram Narayan Ghimire, most of the professional kickboxing played by Aviral has been successful in setting world records. He won the title of Hit 46 Kickboxing in Nagoya, Tokyo last year. In the thrilling bout, he became the youngest boxer to win the title by punching Japanese champion Mukewas in the first round.
He is a two-time champion middleweight champion of the Hit-24 kickboxing event and has so far won nine knockouts in various undefeated trips. Chairman Rajesh Ghimire informed. He informed that Aviral has been taking training at Simura Dojo regularly. "Aviral has amazing, indomitable courage, passion, and diligence. He is a national genius. Let's respect. ” He said.