Yes, of course. It’s not easy. It’s boxing. It is very difficult for me to maintain this level. But I’m sure I can sustain it, because I always give my 100 per cent at any stage of my career, be it in the training or in the ring. I have no doubt that I will maintain my performance even in the future.
Look, I’ve opened the door for the young boxers. Irrespective of how my future fights will be now, I’ve opened a new market for Indian boxers and fans. And I’m sure they will love it. But there will be pressure on them, because I’ve taken the first step, and now it’s their responsibility to take it forward.
You’re in India till the first week of January. Glad to be back with your family and friends?
I just reached today (Monday) morning. I’ve only slept after that, and then went for my workout. I won’t stop working out. I don’t believe in parties or anything. I believe in working. And after working, I love sleeping. But there’s one thing I’m really looking forward to, and that is to see sun tomorrow (Tuesday) morning. I’d love to take a sun bath (laughs). It’s very cold in Manchester. I haven’t seen sun in a long time.