Having represented Singapore both at Amateur level and earning top honours since 2000, Arvind has gone on to become a household name in the local Boxing fraternity with his appointment as National Coach to the Singapore National Boxing team in 2009. To date, he has trained 31 medal winners in both local and International competitions with 22 Gold-medal holders.
The Juggernaut’s no-nonsense style of training has been developed over the years from his early 2-month training stint in Atlanta Georgia with a former Russian Special Forces Boxing Coach, his own personal experience in the ring as the only Singaporean sparring partner for contestants in Season 4 of ‘The Contender’ and personal fight training regimes developed over his 10-year amateur fight career. In addition, Arvind’s passion for fight sports also saw him cross-training and competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling and Mixed-Martial Arts competitions.
Arvind made his Professional Boxing debut at the 2010 Mettle Games following a 6-week training camp at the world renowned 5th St. Gym in Miami Florida. Coached by Matt Baiamonte and Muhammed Ali’s own trainer Angelo Dundee, Arvind experienced a world-class training programme that inspired him to challenge himself further both in and out of the ring.