Indian pro boxer Mandeep Jangra wins 3rd fight via TKO

Mandeep Jangra
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Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra, who turned professional last year and marked back to back victories in his debut as well as in his second fight, is now undefeated for three fights after winning his third pro bout via TKO in Florida on 25th March.

Facing local talent Brandon Sandoval at the Whitesands Events Center in Plant City, Florida, Mandeep secured a third round technical knockout victory, after showing utter dominance throughout the fight.

Sandoval did make his move with a clinical blow moments into the second round, but Mandeep kept himself at the top across the three rounds, utilizing his size, reach and speed to take control of the fight. After three rounds of beating, Sandoval decided to retire on the stool, which awarded the lightweight (61 kg) fighter from Haryana a TKO victory.

The 28-year-old, who enjoyed a decorated career as a welterweight (69 kg) amateur, winning silver at the 2013 Asian Championships in Amman as well as the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, turned pro in March last year.

In his debut as a professional pugilist, Mandeep defeated Luciano Ramos of Argentina via unanimous decision in a four round fight at the Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida.

In his second pro bout in August last year, Mandeep earned a 2nd round TKO victory against American boxer Devon Lira at Whitesands Events Center, the venue where he returned for his third victory over Sandoval last week.


  • Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra is now 3-0 as a professional after winning his third pro bout against Brandon Sandoval last week in Florida
  • The 2013 Asian Championships and 2014 Commonwealth silver medallist turned pro last year

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