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Rare talent: Wolverine Mujtaba and future of MMA in Pakistan
Pakistan’s unbeaten Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) star Ahmed Mujtaba improved his career record to 8-0 with a unanimous decision victory over Singapore’s Benedict Ang at ONE Championship — Asia’s biggest MMA promotion — at Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday. Like the seven opponents before him, Ang was no match for the Quetta-born’s deft combination of pace and power. The 23-year-old Mujtaba was clearly the busier and more aggressive of the two fighters over three rounds, leaving the judges with no choice but to give a decision in his favour. Mujtaba has all the traits of a top-class fighter and is extremely fit and capable in his discipline. His record at the sport of his choice has been nothing short of exemplary and the time is nigh for him to get the support and encouragement from both the government and the corporate sector. Pakistan desperately needs sportsmen of international pedigree in as many sports as possible. MMA fighters like Mujtaba and Bashir have shaken the best in the world especially in Asia. The duo can further stamp their class if they get the requisite patronage. Hopefully we finally have some one at the helm who notices their talent. We wish Bashir and Mujtaba the very best in the days ahead and hope that they continue to inspire a new breed of young fighters who can make Pakistan an even more potent force in the coming months.