Did Amir Khan has signed TAL SINGH who aims to become the world’s first Sikh champion

I saw Tal fighting, and I thought ‘wow’. With everything you need to be a champion, Amir Khan announces his first signing, Tal Singh, who hopes to guide him to the World Cup
Amir Khan says Tal Singh has the speed and energy ‘to become the world’s first Sikh champion after agreeing to lead his new defense campaign.
Khan will be managing the 26-year-old talented student, an English amateur champion, and is holding talks with various promoters about introducing Singh’s arrival at staff level this year
Light-flyweight has been training at Khan’s gym since last spring, impressing the former world champion, who announced Singh as the first to sign.
Apparently, there are Eddie Hearn and other promoters we are talking to, Khan Says I really believe people will love Tal’s style, that unusual style. Power, speed he has.
He’s now done his boxing license and it’s just nice to be my first real defender.
It was a big step for me, to be a fighter and still fighting
What got me into it now was that boxing slowed me down, maybe one or two fights left in my career. I want to get on the side of the management, help these fighters and give them that confidence, move them to that higher level.
There has never been a Sikh world hero. He could be the first.
Singh pointed out that Khan did not agree with one of his earlier battles, and offered to train next to him after the Covid-19 epidemic halted Liverpudlian’s progress in the emerging region.
It’s amazing. I know it’s a lot of pressure and expectations
I need to take my time and things at this level when I start. It’s all about experience, but I’m sure that if we get the momentum, we’ll definitely be delivering that stressful completion for people who get into it.
There are no words to describe how it makes me feel, it’s really amazing.
I have a cup in my parents’ house, I have been on fire for seven years, and that is when Amir came to my second amateur war. It’s been years in the room, but I never thought I’d have a main man leading me upstairs, so it’s still surreal.
Khan held world titles in two divisions, including being the man holding the combined belt at 140lbs, and he enjoyed the opportunity to pass on his ring skills.
I saw Tal fight, I thought ‘wow’, Khan said that He has everything you need to be a champion.
. I’ve met a lot of fighters, but it’s not just skill and speed, it’s about how hard you work in the gym. We started training together when we got to know each other and I thought, ‘he’s a delicious fighter’, so why not take him under my wing.
I fought a long distance. He’s an inner fighter, so I taught him a little outside, kept it long, using your reach, because he’s really tall and depends on his weight.
I think he will create a lot of problems, fight people for a long time, but I know he can also fight inside. You have the full package.
Singh’s last ambition is to win the world title, but he also wants to inspire many young boxers from the Sikh community.
As the wars continue and my career continues, I hope people can look at my success as an inspiration and take on this and achieve their dreams and aspirations wathi.
I want to look back and see that I have achieved my dreams and achieved what I have used to the fullest. That is very important to me, because I believe in my strength to go all the way, to win titles until I increase the division and win the world cup in another weight class.
Desires are there, I reach very high and Amir is by my side, I really believe I will.

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