21 year old decorated Fijian amateur standout, Nathan “The Hornet” Singh (3-0) has signed lengthy management terms with leading Australasian manger and promoter, Tony Tolj.
Fighting out of Suva, Fiji Singh made an impressive professional debut and has quickly moved to 3-0 in the pro ranks
Singh is set to Challenge for the Fijian national title in the coming months.
Singh has not fought since February due to the global pandemic, he chose that period to enhance his backroom staff with a man continuously building world champions in Tony Tolj. The experienced boxing manger adds Nathan Singh to his talented and ever-growing stable which boasts over 50 fighters including the likes of World rated Andrew & Jason Moloney, Andres Campos, Bruno Tarimo also having also worked with the likes of WBA Fighter of the decade Chris John in the past.
Singh remains undefeated with 19 amateur fights and 3 professional fights. Australian hall of fame trainer Johnny Lewis has gone on record as stating that Singh is the best Fijian boxer today.
Singh has great enthusiasm about his career and gave his thoughts on his new team, goals in boxing and he is not messing about
“Signing with Tony Tolj and Dragon Fire Boxing is a blessing. A gift from god for passing all his tests in life. Ever since I was told by my father about this opportunity I’ve been so excited and looking forward everyday when I close my eyes before bed and open my eyes the next morning it’s all I think about, just cant wait to smash some heads and show the world what I got.
Training with the likes of the Moloney Twins, Bruno Tarimo, Andres Campos and others means better preparation, quality sparring, moving levels above and a step closer to achieving my goals
Growing up in Fiji, It was tough not only for me but also for my family. During heavy rain our house would be under water than soon left without a house. My older brother 26 was sleeping in his car. My dad would spread cartons at the government gym for shelter. My mother at my grandmother’s house. Me and my little brother at my previous managers house. Everything I and my brother have earned has got us a little stability. I’m grateful to god for testing me and finally opening doors for me not only me but also my family
My father is my hero, for the past 44 years he had one dream and that is to train a world champion. Before he perishes I want him to see me become world champion.
My goal in boxing is to become unified world champion in multiple weight divisions and to also retire undefeated
I would like to thank all my supporters so much for the love and support. Without the fans there are no boxers. God Bless”.
Tony Tolj commentated further on his newest acquisition “He’s a good quality boxer with massive potential and I’m delighted to welcome to our team. One thing I look for in all my boxers is character. We can achieve as much as he wants in the sport, he’s got a great heart and character, as well as being a talented fighter. Im looking forward to the journey of The Fijian Phenomenon Nathan “The Hornet” Singh.