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Bajali's Bhabajit gets ready for Super Fight League

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  27 Feb 2018 12:00 AM GMT

From a Corespondent

Bajali, Feb 26: Assam’s youth from Bajali in Barpeta district Bhabajit Choudhury, son of Digambar Choudhury and Devi Rani Choudhury of Patacharkuchi, is getting ready for the upcoming match of the MTV Super Fight League to be held on March 3. Bhabajit Choudhury is currently playing for the Gujarat Warriors team in the Super Fight League (SFL).Choudhury is the captain of Gujarat Warriors.

A fighter fights his way through all odds and that’s what Bhabajeet Choudhury did to give his best shot in the field of martial arts and came out strong and spirited. He has learnt and expertise in Kung-fu, Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Kick Boxing, Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu , Wushu & Mixed Martial Art (MMA). He has won a number of medals in various competitions held in Northeast India and all over India.

Choudhury won the 1st match against Tamil du at Mumbai and has been practising for the second match to be held on March 3.

It may be mentioned that Intex Technologies with the foray into Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) owned Gujarat Warriors in Super Fight League. Keshav Bansal is the owner of Gujarat Warriors.The Gujarat Warriors last month announced Bhabajit as the captain to lead a team of 12 players consisting of playing 6 and reserve 6. As per reports, the playing 6 reportedly include Himanshu Kaushik, Kuldeep Shekhon, Asha Roka, Amit Goswami and Pooja Tomar.

During the iugural ceremony of SFL, Keshav Bansal, Director, Intex Technologies and owner of Gujarat Warriors reportedly said, “Our intent was to put together really strong team to ensure a thrilling tourment for fans. I am confident that the players for Gujarat Warriors are one of the best in the sport. India is seeing a progressive change with the focus shifting to alterte sports and we see an opportunity in promoting SFL to popularize MMA in India. Clearly, MMA has a long way to go and a professiol league like this will provide the right ecosystem for the action sport to enter the mainstream of the country.”

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