Who is Karate Combat fighter Rana Singh, biography, age, height, fight record and hometown birth place

Who is Karate Combat fighter Rana Singh, biography, age, height, fight record and hometown birth place

Here is all you need to know about Indian fighter Rana Singh including his age, height, biography and more 

Although athletes from India and Pakistan have not frequently competed against one another, when they do, there is intense rivalry. Whenever the two country play, it is always a big deal among the fans of the two nations.

Pakistan defeated India 2-1 in the Karate Combat 45 tournament, which took place in Dubai on Saturday night. Shahzaib Rind easily overcame Rana Singh of India to win.

Who is Karate Combat fighter Rana Singh, biography, age, height, record and hometown birth place

After Himanshu Kaushik of India and Rizwan Ali of Pakistan won the first and second contests of the match, respectively, the contest between the two countries was settled in the final round.

Meanwhile, more people talked about Shahzaib’s gesture on social media than the game itself. The Pakistani athlete was seen holding both the Indian and Pakistani flags in his hands. Even the match presenter couldn’t help but question him about the reasoning for his actions to which the athlete replied that it was for the friendship for the two countries and they are “together” and not “enemies.”

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Who is Rana Singh?

Rana Rudra Pratap Singh, mainly known as just Rana Singh Bantamweight fighter from Indian who was born on May 9, 1997 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. The 26-year-old stands 5’10” (178cm).

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The 26-year-old is skilled in three UFC weight classes: bantamweight, lightweight, and featherweight. He has a pro MMA record of 11-2-0. At the Yogya MMA Gym in Lucknow, Rana has refined his mixed martial arts skills under the guidance of coach Partho Ghosh. Since making his professional MMA debut in 2018, he has won 11 bouts, the most of which have been held under Indian promoters.

Rana debuted internationally in February 2020 at the ONE Warrior Series 10 in Singapore. The 26-year-old increased his record to 10-0 by defeating South Korean fighter Seung Hyun Cho via guillotine choke in the opening round.

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At the BRAVE CF 47 event in Bahrain last year, he suffered his only loss at the hands of Azerbaijani boxer Ali Guliev via TKO. Rana got back on track in his last game in Madhya Pradesh in 2022.

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