The Eight Heroes were delegated in World Boxing Championships 2019

AIBA World Boxing Championships in Ekaterinburg, Russia is finished. The eight World heroes were delegated at the EXPO field.

At the last battle of the 52 kg classification Olympic boss Shakhobidin Zoirov (UZB) met second seeded Amit, the principal ever Indian World titles finalist. Zoirov guaranteed gold decoration subsequent to crushing the Indian by consistent choice.

Olympic bronze medalist Andrei Zamkovoi from Russia met second seeded Pat McCormack from England in the 69 kg last. A specialist stop the challenge because of damage of McCormack. After the two rounds Zamkovoi won with the split choice 4:0.

Three-times World boss Lazaro Alvarez Estrada (CUB) couldn’t get his fourth title in the 57 kg class. The Cuban battled against Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov (UZB) and lost in the last by the split choice. Mirzakhalilov holds the title.

Gleb Bakshi (RUS) hold a consistent triumph at еру 75 kg class against Eumir Marcial (PHI) by thumping him down at the second round. The Russian holds the first World title in quite a while vocation.

Safeguarding World boss Andy Cruz Gomez from Cuba tested Keyshawn Davis (USA) in the classification of the 63 kg. Cuban was more grounded in this awesome battle and he merited the second World title gold in his vocation.

Russian European Games champion Muslim Gadzhimagomedov (RUS) battled in 91 kg class last against Julio Cesar Castillo Torres (ECU). Gadzhimagomedov won consistently before the home group and asserted his first real title.

Bekzad Nurdauletov (KAZ) went to the ring against Dilshodbek Ruzmetov (UZB). In the exciting battle Nurdauletov won consistently and asserted the main gold award for his nation on this competition.

First seeded super heavyweight fighter Kamshybek Kunkabayev (KAZ) confronted Bakhodir Jalolov from Uzbekistan. Experienced Jalolov guaranteed gold decoration collectively by overcoming his opponent from Kazakhstan. This is his first gold decoration however the second one at the World title in general: before he was a bronze medalist in Do