Int'l boxer Ghimire to participate in 'International Professional Kickboxing Hit- 48'
Kathmandu, 4 April (2021) - Nepal's popular boxer Abiral Ghimire is participating in the 'International Professional Kickboxing Hit-48' scheduled to take place on 25 April in Tokyo, Japan.
Ghimire popularly known as Himalayan Chituwa (snow leopard) in kickboxing is the youngest player to contest in the competition. Ghimire, who set a world record in the international kickboxing tournament, had emerged victorious in K 1 Festival 2021 held in Japan on 28 March.
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