With his determination and passion for MMA, Wushu and Kickboxing, he has proved why he deserves winning medals and recognition at a global level.
The level of momentum and the kind of insane growth a few sectors around the world have achieved can be attributed to a myriad of factors. Some say it is the tech advancements, while some others point out the relentless drive and passion of the professionals who transform their industries for the better and attract major success and growth for the same. Same such growth and success have been noticed in the sporting world, where so many youngsters over the years have shown their A-game in their respective niches and marked their name on a global map as well. Who better than Mukesh Choudhary Gora to serve as an example here?
Mukesh Choudhary today has become a prominent name as an Indian MMA fighter and also a rising Wushu and Kickboxing player. This young sporting talent is all about his love for contact and fighting sports and his commitment to improving his craft as a sportsman. In this journey of his, he has learned something new each day, and implementing the same, he believes, has helped him reach this glory in the field, which otherwise overflows with umpteen numbers of talented sports personalities. He always was aware about his love for MMA and contact sports and aimed to earn a name for the country. For this, he constantly kept honing his skills and knowledge and improving his stance as a player in the ring.
In 2021, he was ranked 9th among South Asian Pro Welterweights, and this is also enough proof of his athletic abilities and talents. He is the one, who has won Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals at various championships and contests held nationally and has won several championships at a global level as well like World Championship, Asia Cup Championship, Asian Championship, Matrix Fight League, Super Fight League, and South Asian Games.
Mukesh Choudhary (https://www.facebook.com/mukeshgora91/) says that the challenges he faced at the beginning of his career ignited the fire in him to do his best always.