Indian professional boxer Neeraj Goyat vows to return to the ring

New Delhi: Indian professional boxer Neeraj Goyat suffered a heavy blow on Wednesday when he had to withdraw from his fight against world champion Amir Khan next month.
Neeraj suffered a serious injury on Tuesday night, including a hair fracture on his left arm that forced him out of his long awaited fight in July.
According to medical reports, Neeraj will be out of action for some time to recover and rehabilitate after the injury. The accident occurred when Neeraj of Yamuna Nagar traveled to a sparring session to Mohali, which he had arranged before his fight against Amir Khan.
Neeraj, looking forward to his fight against Amir, said: “I am really angry that this happened and I had to retire. I was looking forward to fighting Amir on the 12th and wanted to return home with the coveted Pearl Championship Belt. “
Unimpressed by his injury break, the Indian pro boxer vowed to return much more to the ring. “I’m just recovering and will soon be in action. I would like to apologize to my fans, who were eagerly waiting for this fight between Amir and me. I promise to return stronger and challenge Amir again, “added Neeraj.
Speaking of the situation, Neeraj’s family feels that nothing is beyond his health. “Neeraj is a fighter and will get back on his feet in no time,” Neeraj’s mother said.
Neeraj was not expected to recover on time and to be fully fit to fight Khan at the scheduled time, and Super Boxing League promoter Bill Dosanjh reacted quickly to give Khan a new opponent in former double world champion Billy Dib to secure the world class.
On Thursday it was announced that Khan will now play against the Australian Dib. The World Boxing Council (WBC) has approved the organization’s vacant international welterweight title, which will be held on Friday, July 12, at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, between Amir Khan and Billy Dib.

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