Two-time Olympic champion Zou Shiming says that he is aiming for the top, ahead of his professional debut next month, as he bids to become China's first boxer to make it big on the world stage.
China's Zou Shiming is declared the victor after defeating Ireland's Paddy Barnes in the London Olympic light flyweight semi-final on August 10, 2012. Zou begins his quest for world domination in Macau on April 6 against Mexican Eleazar Valenzuela.
The nimble Zou, light flyweight gold medallist at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games, begins his quest for world domination in Macau on April 6 against the little-known Mexican Eleazar Valenzuela.
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