Pakistan vs India: Amir Khan, Neeraj Goyat fight at Super Boxing League’s ‘The Shining Jewel’ in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Pakistan and India will be represented at “The Shining Jewel,” an event of Indian boxing league Super Boxing League. It will take place at at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on July 12, 2019.

The main event of “The Shining Jewel” is an exhibition boxing bout. It will be between Amir “King” Khan, 32, of Pakistan and Neeraj “Gangster” Goyat, 27, of India.

Blue Corner

Born in Begampur, Haryana, India on November 11, 1991, Goyat currently resides in Chandigarh. He made his debut as an actor in the Bollywood film “Mukkabaaz” in 2017.

As a boxer, Goyat has been competing professionally since 2011. He is the first Indian professional boxer to fight a 12-round bout and win it.

Red Corner

Born and raised in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England, Khan is of Punjabi Rajput descent. His family is from Matore, Kahuta Tehsil, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.

As a boxer, Khan has been competing professionally since 2005. In 2017, he competed in the British survival reality television show “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here” Season 17 and finished fifth.

Fight Result

[RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Khan: 33 wins, 5 losses

Goyat: 11 wins, 3 losses, 2 draws

[PHOTOS] Singapore vs Turkey: Amir Khan, Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev fight at ‘ONE: Enter the Dragon’ in Singapore

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Singapore and Turkey were among the 19 countries represented at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” on May 17, 2019. ONE Championship held the combat sports event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and six ONE Super Series contests, which were six kickboxing bouts, “ONE: Enter the Dragon” was the Singapore-based martial arts organization’s second event in 2019 that took place in Singapore. The 11th bout of the evening was between Amir Khan, 24, of Singapore and Saygid “Dagi” Guseyn Arslanaliev, 24, of Turkey.

Khan was one of the two hometown fighter at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” while Arslanaliev solely represented Turkey. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Moldova, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Russia, South Korea, Thailand, Ukraine and the United States were also represented.

Blue Corner

Arslanaliev was originally from Dagestan, Russia. He was 14 years old when he moved to Istanbul, Turkey and started his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training at Corvos MMA.

“ONE: Enter the Dragon” marked Arslanaliev’s eighth ONE Championship bout. He has been competing professionally since 2014 and he joined the promotion in 2016.

Red Corner

Born in Singapore on November 5, 1994, Khan suffers from Tourette Syndrome. He attended high school in the U.S. and returned to Singapore in 2014 and joined Evolve MMA where is he currently training.

Khan has been competing professionally since 2014. “ONE: Enter the Dragon” marked his 16th ONE Championship bout.

Fight Result

The match between Khan and Arslanaliev was a semi-final match in the ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix. Kemp Cheng served as the referee.

Cheng put a stop to the contest after 2 minutes and 56 seconds in the first round. Arslanaliev knocked out Khan.

Winning at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” improved the professional MMA record of Arslanaliev to 8 wins and 1 loss. On the other hand, Khan now has 11 wins and 6 losses.

“ONE: Enter the Dragon” Main Events

Both fighting out of the Netherlands, Nieky “The Natural” Holzken, 34, and Regian “The Immortal” Eersel, 25, competed for the inaugural ONE Lightweight Kickboxing World Championship in the co-main event. The latter won the title via unanimous decision.

Christian “The Warrior” Lee, 20, of Singapore challenged reigning ONE Lightweight World Championship: Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki, 35, of Japan in the main event. The Singaporean challenger dethroned the Japanese defending champion via technical knockout.

Check the complete results for “ONE: Enter the Dragon” on Conan Daily.

[PHOTOS] Singapore vs Costa Rica: Amir Khan, Ariel Sexton fight at ‘ONE: Call to Greatness’

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Singapore and Costa Rica were two of the countries represented at “ONE: Call to Greatness.” It was the first ONE Championship event in 2019 to be held in Singapore.

Featuring six mixed martial arts matches, four kickboxing contests and one Muay Thai bout, “ONE: Call to Greatness” took place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore on February 22, 2019. In the 10th bout of the evening, Amir Khan, 24, of Singapore faced Ariel Sexton, 37, of Costa Rica.

Blue Corner

Sexton was 19 years old when he started his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training. He went on to earn his black belt under Renzo Gracie.

Training out of Team Daniel Gracie and Athletic Advance, Sexton made his professional MMA debut in 2006 and joined ONE Championship in 2014. “ONE: Call to Greatness” marked his seventh outing in the organization.

Red Corner

When Khan was young, he was bullied for having Tourette Syndrome. He moved from Singapore to Louisiana, United States when he was in high school and it was then that he started his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and wrestling training with Relson Gracie.

In 2014, Khan returned to Singapore and joined Evolve MMA. “ONE: Call to Greatness” marked his 15th outing in ONE Championship.

Fight Result

With Olivier Coste as the referee, Khan and Sexton competed in an MMA match in the lightweight division. It was the second bout in the quarter-finals of the inaugural ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix.

Sexton managed to survive a number of precarious situations and remained relentless in his pursuit to take the action to the ground. Early in the third round, Costa Rican submission specialist easily took Khan down and immediately fastened the submission to force his Singaporean opponent to tap.

Coste put a stop to the contest after 1 minute and 13 seconds in the third round. He raised the hand of Sexton, who won via rear-naked choke submission.

Losing to Sexton at “ONE: Call to Greatness” downgraded Khan’s professional MMA record to 11 wins and 5 losses. On the other hand, the Costa Rican contender now has 13 wins, 4 losses and 1 No Contest.

“ONE” Call to Greatness” Main Event

Argentina, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, the Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey and the United States were also represented at “ONE: Call to Greatness.” Check the complete results here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Call to Greatness” recap:

‘ONE: Call to Greatness’ results: Stamp Fairtex vs Janet Todd, Amir Khan vs Ariel Sexton

'ONE: Call to Greatness' fight card

  • Promotion: ONE Championship
  • Title: “ONE: Call to Greatness” 
  • Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Kallang, Singapore
  • Date: February 22, 2019

PRELIMINARY CARD

  1. Rudy Agustian (Indonesia) vs Khon Sichan (Cambodia)
  • DIVISION: Flyweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: RUDY AGUSTIAN
  • METHOD: Submission via Rear-Naked Choke
  • TIME AND ROUND: 3:14 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste
  1. Masakazu Imanari (Japan) vs Kwon Won Il (South Korea)
  • DIVISION: Bantamweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: MASAKAZU IMANARI 
  • METHOD: Submission via Heel Hook
  • TIME AND ROUND: 0:53 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Yuji Shimada
  1. Ayaka Miura (Japan) vs Laura Balin (Argentina)
  • DIVISION: Women’s Strawweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: AYAKA MIURA
  • METHOD: Submission via Americana
  • TIME AND ROUND: 1:13 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste
  1. Regian Eersel (Netherlands) vs Anthony Njokuani (Nigeria)
  • DIVISION: Lightweight (Kickboxing, ONE Super Series)
  • WINNER: REGIAN EERSEL
  • METHOD: Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: 1:03 of Round 2
  • REFEREE: Yuji Shimada
  1. Kong Sambo (Cambodia) vs Zhang Chenglong (China)
  • DIVISION: Bantamweight (Kickboxing, ONE Super Series)
  • WINNER: ZHANG CHENGLONG
  • METHOD: Split Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Atsushi Onari
  1. Masahide Kudo (Japan) vs Petchdam Petchyindee Academy (Thailand)
  • DIVISION: Flyweight (Kickboxing, ONE Super Series)
  • WINNER: PETCHDAM PETCHYINDEE ACADEMY
  • METHOD: Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: 0:35 of Round 2
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste
  1. Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke (Thailand) vs Jeremy Miado (Philippines)
  • DIVISION: Catchweight (56.9kg) (MMA)
  • WINNER: DEJDAMRONG SOR AMNUAYSIRICHOKE
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout via Strikes
  • TIME AND ROUND: 2:38 of Round 2
  • REFEREE: Yuji Shimada
  1. Nieky Holzken (Netherlands) vs Mustapha Haida (Italy)
  • DIVISION: Lightweight (Kickboxing, ONE Super Series)
  • WINNER: NIEKY HOLZKEN
  • METHOD: Unanimous Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Atsushi Onari
  1. Ev Ting (Malaysia and New Zealand) vs Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev (Turkey)
  • DIVISION: ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix Quarter-Final
  • WINNER: SAYGID GUSEYN ARSLANALIEV
  • METHOD: Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: 0:25 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste
  1. Amir Khan (Singapore) vs Ariel Sexton (Costa Rica)
  • DIVISION: ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix Quarter-Final
  • WINNER: AMIR KHAN
  • METHOD: Submission via Rear-Naked Choke
  • TIME AND ROUND: 1:13 of Round 3
  • REFEREE: Yuji Shimada

 Main Event

  1. Stamp Fairtex (Thailand) vs Janet Todd (USA)
  • DIVISION: ONE Atomweight Muay Thai World Championship
  • WINNER: STAMP FAIRTEX
  • METHOD: Unanimous Decision
  • ROUNDS: 5
  • REFEREE: Atsushi Onari