Sheikh Fahad set for his 14th bout tonight Nov 08, 2019 0 108 12345 QNADohaQatari professional boxer Sheikh Fahad bin Khalid bin Jassim al Thani has his sights on securing a 14th consecutive victory as well as continue his successful career under the supervision of the Professional Boxers Association in Spain, when he meets Romanian boxer Dumitru Nicu on Friday in Oviedo in Asturias province in Spain.The Qatari veteran has been working hard to in order to prepare physically and mentally for the fighr. He finished his preparations, which included an intensive program and a special two games plan as he is expected to play a second match after less than 15 days.Sheikh Fahad said in a press statement that he is currently focusing on Friday’s bout, before shifting his attention to the next fight scheduled for November 23.The second fight against his Romanian rival Dumitru Nicu is expected to be tough as Nicu is a veteran boxer with years of experience.Sheikh Fahad added that he was keen to hold more than one meeting with his French coach Frank Bohic in order to study his previous matches with Romanian rival via video.Last October, Sheikh Fahad claimed his 13th consecutive victory of his professional career after securing a knockout win over Romanian Marius Petri. Pages 123 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES TRAQ badminton titles for Sanjana, Mashal Nov 08, 2019 0 325 Rohit blitz flattens B’desh as India draw level Nov 08, 2019 0 94 Cup wins for Noor al Hawa, Alignement, Al Lusail Nov 08, 2019 0 355 Second Round of Hathab equestrian series at Al Shaqab from today Tribune News Network Doha The second round of the second season of the National equestrian series Hathab will be held at Al Shaqab from Friday. The three-day event will see the Small, Medium, Big and Open Tour competition .. Turkish Open Golf: Schwab, Lewis lead in Turkey, Rose starts strongly AFP Antalya, Turkey Matthias Schwab and Tom Lewis shared the lead after the first round of the Turkish Open on Thursday with hat-trick seeker Justin Rose handily placed. Three late birdies helped Olympic champion Rose ..