Watch out….here comes Rohit!

I have been asked to help out a mate.

His name is Rohit Singh and he has just come back from Fiji after lifting the Fiji Boxing Association's Heavyweight Title on the 23rd of March from Mosese Kavika, knocking him out in the 3rd Round. Mosese Kavika is currently ranked 10th in the WBF Asia Pacific rankings . Rohit will fight anyone from Shane Cameron down in that list.

Rohit trains at Buck's Genetics Gym in Manukau and is there everyday. We often are chatting about training and that is where I found out abit about him.

He has won everything there is to win in Fiji both Amateur and Professional. This is his record.

Amateur: 27 bouts Super Heavyweight, all won by Knockout, no defeats. 4 medals, 2 trophies.

Professional: 14 Heavyweight bouts, all won by knockout, undefeated.

Rohit is now based in New Zealand and is looking for a promoter so he can have a crack at Shane Cameron for the New Zealand Title.

Some things you should know about Rohit, he gives half of his fight winnings to charity. The Charities he currently supports are the Disabled Children's Hostel, The Lautoka School for Special Education, the Bayly Welfare Foundation, which helps with poverty assistance and an oldfolks home run by the Ministry of health in Fiji. All of these charities are based in Lautoka.

Rohit has moved here with his wife, Ashwini, and his son Krishneel (11) and Neha (4) his daughter. They are living in South Auckland and Rohit is looking for a job so that he can continue to train. He has his HT licences and is multi-skilled and of course handy with his hands.

If anyone can assist Rohit in achieving his goals then contact me at the following email address whaleoilbeefhooked at gmail dot com.

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