Pakistani Kickboxer Just Knocked Down His Indian Opponent in less than 90 Seconds

The current leg of the World Kickboxing and Karate Association (WKA) the Asia Pacific is taking place in Bangkok, Thailand. Many kickboxers from around the world are taking part in the event for the ultimate price.

The roster is rich with athletes from around the world but has only one Pakistani, Saeed Khan Afridi. Yesterday, he fought against India’s Tejaswi Vasu Sharma and literally knocked him out in less than 90 seconds.

If you don’t believe us, watch the video of the match below.

Scenes After The Short Match

Given the current tensions between the two countries, this was definitely something to celebrate. Check out the scenes from after Khan Saeed knocked out his Indian Opponent.

Saeed Afridi is an SSU Commando in Sindh Police

For those of you are hearing the name Saeed Khan Afridi for the first time, he is actually a Special Security Unit (SSU) Commando of Sindh Police. The Pakistani athlete has actually won gold medals at international events before.

He won a gold medal at the 2nd International Thai Martial Arts Games and Festival 2017 and became the martial arts world champion.

Saeed has also won two gold medals in the World Martial Arts Tournament that was held in Thailand in December 2016. He could be well on his way to becoming a champion this year.