Arun Sharma is all set to make his professional boxing debut at The Punch 6 on 13 March 2021 at Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida. He will be locking horns with Harsh Gill in one of the three main events for the show and it is bound to be an exciting affair considering what’s at stake.
Although this will be the professional debut for Arun, he has been preparing through his normal routine but has given some special attention to his strength and stamina.
“My preparation for this fight is not much different from my other fights, but yes I am giving my best to increase more stamina and strength which this game is all about else everything is working out fine,” he said in an exclusive statement.
Arun has been doing his homework on Harsh and at the same time, is thankful for the opportunity that he is going to get at The Punch 6.
“I have seen Harsh Gill’s game and I am really impressed and motivated by watching his routine and just hoping to give him a good fight. I have to say that this fight really means a lot to me as this is my first professional fight and I am really thankful to THE PUNCH 6 for giving me this opportunity and i will try my best to give my 100% and stand tall on all expectations,” he noted.
Irrespective of the result, Arun guarantees an entertaining fight and hopes to push Harsh to the limits.
“Winning and losing is a part of a sportsman’s life, but this game is all about giving your best and I am ready for that so I just want tell all my audience and fans that be prepared for a good fight and my best wishes to my opponent Harsh, just looking for a good fight and all the best to him,” he concluded.
The Punch 6 will be streamed live on the social media pages of Punch Boxing along with Sportrecs, 1 Sports, KOTV, and FITE. Let us know your prediction for the event in the comment section below.