Tal Singh has pledged to become the first Sikh world winner after he was led by his trailblazing career into a England National title.
After having a late start in boxing at the age of 18, Singh exceeded his early expectations since he succeeded at English degree an early accomplishment for a Sikh boxer.
He admits that boxing is not a sport in his area, but hopes involvement wills inspire.
Its massive, Singh told Sky Sports. Not just to me personally, but to my loved ones, and also to basically the Sikh community, especially being the first Singh ever, together with the long hair and beard, to perform this.
I was quite stunned to be honest, to see in this era, there is still people becoming the earliest of X,Y and Z.
Ahead of his planned professional debut, as the heavyweight prepares to confront David Price on October 26, Singh was training at the gym in Vauxhall alongside Derek Chisora of David Haye, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Haye strength and conditioning coach Ruben Tabares has been assisting Singh, who has received support from magician Dynamo and rapper Tinie Tempah.
It is incredible, said Singh. Youve got no choice but to get better and improve, especially being about the people who I am around, they are all winners and successful, such as Dynamo and Tinie.
If youve got a buddy circle like this, you cant be a let-down, youve got to climb to the event.
Hes not calledWar Chisora for no reason, also in the gym watching his sparring sessionshes as volatile as it gets.
Singh expects to target the division, although his ambitions dont stop there, as he seeks to become a winner from the positions.
I need to turn into a multi-weight entire world champion, thats the ultimate aim. I want to put the bar so high that additional Sikh fighters, also Asians generally, I need them to be motivated.
Ive got the best team , and I feel I certainly will reach it. My life revolves around it and this will be a lifetime goal complete.