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Indian Boxing Star Neeraj Goyat to fight Rachata Khaophimai of Thailand

LockerRoom Team
01 July 2022

Indian Boxing star Neeraj Goyat is all set to fight Rachata Khaophimai of Thailand at The Fighter: World Boxing Event in Thailand on 2 July 2022.

Neeraj, is an accomplished name in the Indian Boxing circuit and holds a record of 16-3-2 to his name. Hailing from Chandigarh in India, Neeraj has been an active name in the professional boxing circuit since 2011 and has fought across the world with his fights happening in China, Korea, India, Canada, Dubai, and Thailand among others.

He is currently on an impressive seven-fight winning streak at the moment and has not suffered a loss since 2018. Neeraj’s last loss came back in June 2018 when he suffered a decision defeat against Sergio Daniel Martinez in Mexico. This was also the first loss of Neeraj in more than five years.

Rachata Khaophimai, meanwhile, is 11-2 in his professional boxing career. He is coming off a loss against Min Hyuk Jang prior to which he was on a four-fight winning streak. The fight against Min Hyuk Jang happened in Korea and Rachata was stopped in the fight.

The Thai fighter has been competing in the professional boxing circuit since 2019 and has been quite active since his debut.

Apart from Neeraj, three more Indian boxers will be in action at the event which is supported by Marine Pro Boxing Promotions as well. Mizo boxing superstars Vanlalawmpuia and Zoramchhana will be on the card as they will fight Aekkawee Kaewmanee of Thailand and Yuthana Kaensa of Thailand respectively. Shivani Dahiya will be fighting Phumarin Yooanngoh of Thailand as well.

You can see the complete fight card below.

  • Yutthana Kaensa (Thailand) vs. F Zoramchhana (India) at 118 LBS
  • Tewa Kiram (Thailand) vs. Mohammed Zamani (Afghanistan) at 154 LBS
  • Rachata Khaophimai (Thailand) vs. Neeraj Goyat (India) at 147 LBS
  • Aekkawee Kaewmanee (Thailand) vs. Vanlalawmpuia (India) at 140 LBS
  • Phumarin Yoohanngoh (Thailand) vs. Shivani Dahiya (India) at 122 LBS

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