Mary Kom eyes sixth gold in last towards Kazakhstan’s Nazym Kyzaibay-Sports activities Information , Comfortable Easterday
One other Olympic-bound boxer Pooja Rani, who obtained a walk-over within the semi-finals, will combat towards an in-form Mavluda Movlonova of Uzbekistan.
Dubai: Six-time world champion MC Mary Kom will search her sixth gold when she squares off towards Kazakhstan’s Nazym Kyzaibay within the girls’s 51kg last of the Asian Boxing Championships on Sunday.
The 38-year-old Olympic-bound boxer had prevailed 4-1 over Mongolia’s Lutsaikhan Altantsetseg within the semi-finals on Thursday. She is predicted to face a stiff problem from the two-time world champion Kyzaibay within the summit conflict.
One other Olympic-bound boxer Pooja Rani, who obtained a walk-over within the semi-finals, will combat towards an in-form Mavluda Movlonova of Uzbekistan, who ended the problem of London Olympics medallist Marina Volnova within the last-4 stage.
Anupama (+81kg) and Lalbuatsahi (64kg) may also face sturdy Kazakh boxers of their respective finals.
On Monday, defending champion Amit Panghal (52kg), Shiva Thapa (64kg) and Sanjeet (91kg) will probably be seen in motion within the males’s gold medal bouts.
Panghal will probably be up towards 2016 Rio Olympics and world champion Zoirov Shakhobidin of Uzbekistan whereas Thapa will face Asian Video games silver medallist Baatarsukh Chinzorig of Mongolia.
Second-seeded Sanjeet will combat towards 2016 Rio Olympics silver medallist Vassiliy Levit, who’s chasing his fourth gold medal of the Asian Championships.
The Indian boxers have already ensured their best-ever present by securing an unprecedented 15 medals, bettering their earlier highest of 13 (2 gold, 4 silver and seven bronze) achieved through the 2019 version.
The Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (AIBA) has allotted $4,00,000 prize cash for this championship. The gold medallists of males’s and girls’s classes will obtain $10,000 every whereas the silver and bronze winners will take house $5,000 and $2,500 respectively.
Eight Indian pugilists — Simranjit Kaur (60kg), Lovlina Borgohain (69kg), Jaismine (57kg), Sakshi Chaudhary (64kg), Monika (48kg), Saweety (81kg) amongst girls and Vikas Krishan (69kg) and Varinder Singh (60kg) amongst males — have secured bronze medals with their semi-final end.
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