From next year, Guwahati is going to taste blood, courtesy Indian Boxing Council (IBC) who will be starting Fight Nights in the city for the first time. IBC will conducting four fight nights in the city in four months starting from January. IBC is the pro boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organisation, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Association.
Unveiling of Fight Nights
The fighting season in Guwahati will start with IBC-3 Fight Card from January next year. The IBC-3 Fight Card will have on offer an Indian National Title, a North-East Zone title and an Assam State title belt for Guwahati.
‘ We have already signed some big names of Indian boxing, who are eagerly waiting to launch their pro career with IBC Fight Nights. Talks are in final stages and signing are being completed with many other mega stars. The exciting announcements will be made soon’ said IBC President Brigadier PK Muralidharan Raja.
IBC-3 Fight card at Guwahati on January 14, 2017 will feature more than 50 rounds of action, where leading Indian professionals will counter their opponents from Thailand. The marquee bouts in the title night will be decided over 10 rounds whereas other belts will feature eight round contests.