Pakistani Boxer Agha Kaleem Triumphs in World Muaythai Championship

Agha Kaleem wins Muaythai Championship

In a thrilling showdown at the World Muaythai Championship held in Bangkok, Pakistan’s Agha Kaleem emerged triumphant in the Light Fly Weight category. Hailing from Karachi, the 23-year-old showcased his prowess in the Senior Amateur 51-kilogram division, proudly representing both Pakistan and Palestine on the global stage.

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This annual event, organized by the International Federation of Muaythai Associations, witnessed participation from over 40 countries. Kaleem’s journey to victory included a challenging match against a three-time World and two-time Asian Champion from Kazakhstan, whom he defeated in a hard-fought battle. Additionally, a contender from India in his weight category opted out of the fight, allowing Kaleem to secure a spot in the final round. Ahead of the championship, Kaleem took to social media to express his dual pride, sharing a video of himself waving the flags of Pakistan and Palestine during the tournament’s opening ceremony.

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