IBA Champion Nutlai Lalbiakkima is all set to fight Pakistan’s Fida Muhammad on Feb 26

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Indian Boxing sensation and undefeated professional boxer Nutlai Lalbiakkima is all set to make his international debut on February 26 in Dubai. He will be fighting Pakistan’s Fida Muhammad in an India vs Pakistan fight card promoted by Grassroot Boxing Promotion under the promoter Mujtaba Kamal.

Nutlai Lalbiakkima last fought in November against Gerttipong Kumsahwat and knocked him out in the second round to successfully defend his IBA Minimumweight Intercontinental title. Nutlai Lalbiakkima put on a dominant performance against the Thai boxer. The Mizo sensation was in control for the entirety of the fight. He controlled the momentum of the fight and was landing hard jabs right from the start. He also mixed in his combinations. Ultimately the Thailand based boxer was unable to overcome Nutlai’s aggression and the fight was stopped in the second round.

The fight was Nutlai Lalbiakkima’s first title defense since his win over Sandeep Kumar, where he won the IBA title. The fight against Sandeep Kumar took place in August earlier this year at the Marine Center in Vashi.

Who is Nutlai Lalbiakkima’s opponent Fida Muhammad?

While not much is known about Fida Muhammad who is going to fight Nutlai Lalbiakkima on Feb 26, according to Boxrec, he has a 2-2-0 (2 Wins, 2 Loss, 0 Draw) record. All of his professional fights have taken place in Pakistan. In his last fight, he fought a debutant Akhter Baloch and defeated him via TKO in round 4. Prior to that, he fought another debutant in Sami Ullah and defeated him via a split decision in a four-round fight. Before that, he had fought twice and lost both of his fights via decision.

Who will win between Nutlai Lalbiakkima and Fida Muhammad?

Nutlai Lalbiakkima is 3-0 as a professional boxer and he has won all of his fights via stoppage. Prior to turning pro, Nutlai was a terrific amateur boxer having beaten the Olympic champion Hasanboy Dusmatov at the 2018 President’s Cup Quarter-Final in Astana, Kazakhstan.

This should be an easy fight for Nutlai considering the experience he has. We predict a knockout victory for Nutlai.



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