Boxer Al Amin weaves dreams
Boxers Sura Krishna Chakma and Mohammed Al Amin made dream debuts in their first-ever professional boxing tournament in Bangladesh as the two managed to beat their respective Nepalese opponents on May 19.
“I turned to Pro Boxing for financial security, as well as greater international exposure,” said Al Amin, who beat Nepalese boxer Bharat Chand in the welterweight division to score a memorable point in his career. .
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“This is a fresh start for me and I believe that Pro Boxing will pave the way for boxers across the country to compete in Asian and World titles. And here every individual has a huge opportunity to secure their financial life,” said the 31 year old player. boxer, who looks forward to continuing as a boxer for another 10-12 years.
Al Amin has trained with many foreign trainers and participated in different national and international tournaments since he took up the boxing gloves as a fourth-grader in 1997.
“I fell in love with boxing when I was a student in elementary school. You know, in my hometown [Rajshahi]boys and girls play different kinds of sports and suddenly I went to see a boxing competition and immediately decided to go.
“At first, my family members discouraged me, but coach Shafiul Azam Masud encouraged me a lot and I also received support from another coach, Kazi Shahadat Hossain,” said Al Amin, bronze medalist in the 64 kg category in 2019. Games in Nepal.
Al Amin, who idolizes Ukrainian boxer Vasyl Anatoliyovych Lomachenko and American boxer Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr, has been fighting in amateur boxing competitions for some time now. He believes the opportunities in amateur boxing are very limited in terms of financial stability and international exposure.
Al Amin is now more or less financially stable as he fights for Bangladesh Ansar in different competitions and yet he has kept his biggest Pro Boxing dreams in sight.