Wednesday , March 22 2023

Women's World Boxing Championships: MC Mary Kom makes her seventh medal and Lolina Borgohain enters the semis


New Delhi: Mary Kom, who won the 7th Medal in Women's World Boxing Championship, became the most successful pugilist in history. Podium is also finished with debut Lovelli Borgone.

Seventh medal in women's world boxing championship BFI

Seventh medal in women's world boxing championship BFI

In the semi-finals, Mary Kom defeated Wu Yu 5-0 in the first round. They reached the semi-finals of the quarterfinals.

In the last four years, she joined the 35-year-old Manipuri. The bronze medalist Bogoyain (69 kg) won the bronze medal in last year's Asian Championships. The 21-year-old man from Assam, who was sentenced to 5-0 against Scotland, At the beginning of the year, India's Open Ground was rewarded for the golden age.

Mary Kom owns five gold medals and one silver. In 2010, the world championship medal was awarded.

"It's not very difficult, but it's not very easy, there are a lot of Chinese boxers coming, I've never encountered this opponent in spite of many obstacles," after her bout.

"But when I got her game, I thought what to do, and after that I had no problem," she added.

Olympic bronze medal winner Kim Hain Mei of North Korea crossed the semifinals. The bronze medal in Asian championship last year.

"Therefore, I am confident that I will succeed, but it's not okay," she added.

Mary Kom dirty boxer after the injury of Matthew Kom. More importantly, the local favorite her rarely allowed her to get dirty white. Five of the judges agreed with the score 30-27, 29-28, 30-27, 29-28, 30-27.

Mary Kom's Irish legend Katie had won the medals in this edition with Taylor.

But on Tuesday, Manikiri was the most successful boxer in the market. Taylor now manages his trade at the Professional Circuit.

Bolgaeen from Assam won the 81 kg category in the edition of 2016. Scottsotsk also gained in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games this year.

It was a tough fight but I think my opponent is well handled, and I'm happy to ensure a medal in my first world championships, "she said.

"I would like to have a golden goal, that's my goal, I'm not satisfied with a gold," she added.

Thailand's Chen Nian-chin has reached the semi-finals.

"When I had to face her once I lost myself, but that's when I was experienced, I'm sure I can beat this time," she added.

Manisha Manu (54kg) and BhiaBatthi Kachari (81kg) were the other two Indian players in the tournament.

She defeated Bulgaria's best seed player Stoika Petrova 4-1.

For me it was a success, but I lost, this is my first world championship, and I will get positive from this event, "she said.

Kasari has lost 2-3 in Jessica Cinestere in Colombia. Colombia maintained its lead in the first round but Colombia did their best to make it to the next two games.

"In the first round itself I heat the crown, she was rolling, pulling and dragging, I think I could not control her," said 26-year-old Assam.

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