Rabat – Moroccan boxer Mohammed Rabii is once again making headlines after another impressive win against his Hungarian opponent Szilvai Laszlo on Saturday in France.
After winning his third professional combat against his Georgian opponent Teymur Abduladze in July, Rabii won Saturday his fourth professional match by knocking out the Hungarian in the first round of the match.
Rabii dominated the match up against Laszlo, moving confidently around the ring.
Rabii won the world championship in Doha in 2015, becoming the he first African and Arabian boxer to win the title and won the bronze medal in the Rio Olympic Games last summer.
With his fourth professional victory, Rabii will surely gain more confidence as he sets his eyes on even greater achievements in the future.