Three-time Pakistan National Wushu Champion Shahzaib Rindh lives and competes out of Quetta, near Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan. He was an unruly child who got into many fights, so his parents sent him to a wushu sanda club at the age of nine to instill discipline into the young Rindh.
It was a move that paid off handsomely, as Rindh took to the training and was soon on his way to a professional martial arts career. Over the course of his young career, he has competed across several combat sports disciplines, excelling not only under wushu sanda rules – where he has picked up over 60 wins – but also in boxing and kickboxing as well.
Now that he has made it onto the global stage of ONE Championship, his primary goals are to represent Pakistan well on the international stage, and to become a two-division World Champion in ONE Super Series.