Mohammed Rabii

Watch: 2016 Olympic Medallist Mohammed Rabii Wins By TKO On Pro Debut

Published On March 12, 2017 | By Niall Doran | Boxing News

Mohammed Rabii got off to a fast start to his pro boxing career this weekend with a TKO victory on his debut in Prague.

Fighting in the Czech Republic against Laszlo Kovacs II, he wasted little time in getting down to business. 23 year old Rabbi dispatched of his opponent in the very first round.

The win marked a good night and weekend all round for the Rabbi family, as he and his wife also welcomed a new a addition to the family with the birth of their son on the same weekend.

Here is some brief footage of Mohammed Rabii winning his first fight in the pro ranks as taken live from his own Facebook page:

Besides being a bronze medallist at the recent 2016 Rio Olympics, Rabii is also a Gold medallist in the world amateur championships back in 2015 in Doha.

This hard hitting 23 year old Moroccan is being tipped for big things behind the scenes in boxing at the moment. He is most certainly one to keep an eye on for the future.

His fan-friendly style is currently being honed under the watchful eye of trainer Donald Leary and his career is being managed by Irishman Gary Hyde.

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