May 26th 2017-UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Peng Qu (11-1-1, 8) vs Robbie Mendez (5-2, 5)
Back in May American fight fans had the chance to see Chinese Light Heavyweight hopeful Qu Peng [曲鹏] take on the heavy handed Robbie Mendez in Illinois.
July 18th 2015-Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, Macao S.A.R., China
Peng Qu (7-1-1, 5) vs Michael Van Nimwegen (7-3, 4)
Chinese Light Heavyweight Qu Peng [曲鹏] has fought on a number of Top Rank cards, one of which saw him face off against Michael Van Nimwegen.
September 8th 2011-Yunhe Middle School Gymnasium Pizhou, China
Qu Peng (1-0) vs Abu Dusong (0-0)
Back in 2011 China's Qu Peng [曲鹏] was just starting his professional career. In September he took on the then debuting Abu Dusong.
December 22nd 20120-Haikou, China
Qu Peng (1-0-1)* Vs Ade Alfons (16-17-3, 5)
Over the last few years we have seen a rise in Chinese boxing and Qu Peng [曲鹏] has actually been featured on a number of televised cards, and has made his US debut. Here we see an early career bout of Peng as he takes on Ade Alfons.
*Note- Peng is announced as having a 7-0-1 (2) record, suggesting either unrecorded or unofficial bouts.
July 9th 2016-Multi-Functional Hall, Water Cube, Beijing, China
Qu Peng (10-1-1, 6) vs Evy Johannes Akoundou (0-1)
Earlier today Chinese fans saw Light Heavyweight hopeful Qu Peng [曲鹏] face off against Chinese based Frenchman Evy Johannes Akoundou.
April 24th 2015- Capital Gym, Beijing, China
Qu Peng (6-1-1, 4) Vs Dane Campbell (3-2, 2)
Boxing really does have some ridiculously stupid titles. One of which is the WBO China National Light Heavyweight title which we saw up for grabs recently when Qu Peng battled Australian visitor Dane Campbell. For what it's worth we're not sure how an Australian qualifies for a "China National" title.
Here we include some of the best, most interesting, most exciting or most eye catching videos from around the Asian boxing world.