Abdul Rasheed Baloch

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Rasheed Baloch
Statistics
Rated at Lightweight
Light welterweight
Welterweight
Born (1972-04-08) 8 April 1972 (age 45)
Hyderabad, Pakistan
Boxing record
Total fights 116
Wins 98
Wins by KO 85
Losses 18
Draws 0

Rasheed Baloch (born April 7, 1972) is an Olympian & professional Pakistani Boxer. As an amateur, he was one of the best to ever come from Pakistan and was the Pakistan captain from 1997 to 1998. He took part in the 1996 Olympic games he won his first fight against a Mexican Boxer & lost 2nd match against Kazakhstan Boxer in 67 kg.

In the previous year he took (Silver) in the South Asian Games.(Gold) in Agon Cup Malaysia, Quaid-i-Azam International Cup(Gold)KESC Cup (silver)Cardin Cup Cuba (Bronze)Green Hill Cup (Silver), Having a successful amateur career, he moved to Japan and turned pro in 1999. Rasheed fought Joel Burke for the NSW Middleweight Title in 2001 which he won by TKO 5th round.

He went on to fight for the vacant OBA light middleweight title against John Wayne Parr but lost cause of broken right hand.

(Pakistan champion 1993-1998) (National Games 1997-98) (7th Saf Games India 1995) (Agon Cup Malaysia 1995) (China Cup China 1995) (KESC International cup 1995) (9th Mayor's cup Philippines 1996) (Cardin Cup Cuba 1996) (Atlanta Olympics 1996) (Asian Championship Malaysia 1997) (10th Mayor's Cup Philippines 1998) (Green Hill Cup Pakistan 1998) (Asian Games Thailand 1998)

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