Pakistan to be centre of world boxing events in future, says Noman Shah.
Islamabad -- The newly elected President of Arabic Region World Boxing Council, Syed Noman Shah has stated that Pakistan has a great talent of boxing in this region.
In an interview with 'Online' he stated that Pakistan would be the centre of world boxing events in future and added that his election as President of Arabic Region World Boxing Council would definitely boost boxing activities in Pakistan.
Responding a question, he stated that along with Pakistan, India, Oman, Afghanistan and Iran were included in the Arabic Region World Boxing Council. 'It was the great honor for Pakistan that despite presence of other countries position of President of Arabic Region given to Pakistan' he added.
Answering another question regarding future activities, he stated that a high level delegation of World Boxing Council officials would visit Pakistan in December. They would provide guidance and finalize our future planning, he added.
He stated that World Boxing Council officials admit that Pakistan has great talent of boxing. He stated that first great competitions of boxing would be held at top cities of the country.
The main object to hold such competitions was to hunt talent from across the country. After this selected talent would be provided best coaching facilities, he added. He claimed that soon we have a great pool of boxers for every category. He said that all region countries have assured complete cooperation in this regard.
It was worth mentioned here that World Boxing Council (WBC) on had appointed Noman Shah of Pakistan as the president of their boxing program in Arabic Zone which includes India, Pakistan, Oman, Afghanistan, and Iran. Noman who was also the President of Pakistan professional boxing League.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Oct 24, 2018|
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