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“There will be eight teams and each team will comprise eight boxers,” said Khan.

The boxer held a similar event in India which proved to be a massive success and he’s now trying to achieve the same in Pakistan.

“In Pakistan, each team will have a celebrity face from any field singing, acting or [others]. This has never been done before. We tried this in India and it was very successful, this is my own company and I have brought this to Pakistan,” he said.

Unlike the World Boxing Super Series, Khan’s league won’t feature any international talent.

“I don’t want it to be an international event, it is going to be mainly for Pakistani boxers as we want to promote local talent,” he explained.

As for the prize? 

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