CWG 2014: Pakistani boxer to play final of boxing championship today
The family of the Pakistani boxer, who has made it to the final of the 52 kilogram category boxing championship, is extremely delighted over his tremendous performance. Relatives and known ones are visiting the house of Muhammad Waseem, located at Usman Road, Quetta to congratulate his family over the brilliant fights of their son throughout the boxing championship.
Waseem learned boxing in a small club situated near his house, his brothers say that Muhammad Waseem and his trainer worked really hard for the CWG and expressed their hopes for him to defeat his Australian opponent.
Muhammad Waseem, 27, has previously won 9 medals in different international events, which include 4 gold medals, while he also secured bronze medal in CWG 2010 held in India.
It will be decided today if he would be able to win the gold medal by knocking out his Australian opponent in the final.
Waseem’s family is desperately awaiting the match, they are quite hopeful for their son to win the final and to make the nation and the country proud of him.