Indian Boxers reached in Semi Finals – Boxing Championship

fly weight world boxing championship 2019
fly weight world boxing championship 2019

Amit Panghal on Wednesday turned out to be just the fifth Indian fighter to secure an AIBA World Championships award. Panghal arrived at the semi-last of 52kg (flyweight) classification to guarantee himself at any rate a bronze decoration in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Amit Panghal, who had completed with as the quarter-finalist in 2017 big showdowns, went above and beyond when he vanquished Filipino Carlo Paalam in the 52kg quarter-last on Wednesday. Panghal won the session by split choice – 4-1 – and advanced to the semi-last.

There was more pleasure for the Indian camp as Manish Kaushik likewise guaranteed himself at any rate a bronze decoration by arriving at the semi-last of the 63kg classification. Strikingly, Manish thought of a predominant show against Wanderson De Oliveira of Brazil, beating him by consistent choice in the quarter-finals.

This is the first run through more than 1 Indian fighter has medalled at a solitary version of World Championships. Sanjeet (91 kg) and Kavinder Bisht (57 kg) are likewise in the race for awards as they will be in quarter-last activity on Wednesday in Ekaterinburg.

Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik join a tip top rundown of Indian fighters, including Vijender Singh, Vikas Krishan, Shiva Thapa and Gaurav Bidhuri to have medalled at the World Boxing Championships.