To Complete Delayed Mission, Daud Jordan Has Sparring Hundreds Of Rounds To Fight Former World Champion


Boxer from Indonesia, Daud Jordan, is seen taking a short break during his training at Box2punch, Ampera, South Jakarta, October 16, 2021.

BOLASPORT.COM – Indonesian boxer, Daud Jordan, can’t wait to have a postponed match against Thai boxer, Panya Uthok.

Daud Jordan, who had previously carried out the mission to win by knockout against the fierce Thai boxer.

However, his mission had to be postponed because the match, which was originally held in early March, failed to materialize because Daud Jordan was positive for COVID-19.

Even though at that time, Daud had prepared himself thoroughly, one of which was by doing 140 rounds of sparring.

Not wanting his title to be taken away, Daud Jordan is ready to kill the boxer who is the former WBO bantamweight world champion.

Daud Jordan will look to defend his WBC Asian Boxing Council Silver title in the super light division (63.5kg).

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“Of course my target is to win by knockout. So my motivation is to beat him,” said Daud Jordan in March.

The postponed duel of Daud Jordan vs. Panya Uthok will be held on July 1 at Balai Sarbini, Jakarta.


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