Izzat Kakar knocks out English opponent in US

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Izzat Kakar knocks out English opponent in US

Sports Desk :

Izzat Khan Kakar of Pakistan’s district Killa Abdullah district knocked out his English opponent in the United States (US). In a kickboxing fight in Birmingham, Alabama, Mr. Kakar knocked out his English rival Chris Saro in just 2 minutes.

Kakar belongs to Tehsil Gulistan’s Killi Abdul Rehmanzai, one of the frontier villages near the Pak-Afghan border. Kakar’s record includes the honor of winning three battles in three weeks after winning the recent fight.

“Despite difficulties, I kept continued my journey towards success”, Izzat Khan Kakar mentioned.

Izzat Kakar was the first Pakistani to join and win a BKFC 

Samad Achakzai, another fighter from Quetta said that Izzat Kakar was the first Pakistani to join and win a BKFC fight without gloves and gears. He said his next target was an Israeli fighter and that he was eager to fight.

Kakar has also spent years in Australia and got better training. When Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani was chief minister of Balochistan, Izzat Khan Kakar visited Iran and achieved a silver-jubilee medal.

Kakar training at the Fighter Sports Academy in Quetta

Izzatullah has been training at the Fighter Sports Academy in Quetta under his coach Haji Rehmatullah and considers his coach an essential part of this success.

The Special Assistant to the Chief Minister Balochistan, Wali Khan Achakzai handed over Rs. 5,00,000 to Izzat Kakar for his victory. Mr Achakzai provided the amount to the world-fame player on the part of renowned tribal elder Haji Ahmed Khan Ghabizai.

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