5-time Asian Championships medalist Shiva Thapa displayed his mettle in a tough fought win progressed to the quarter finals of the ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships in Amman, Jordan on Friday.
Thapa (63.5kg) was up in opposition to Mongolia’s Byambatsogt Tuguldur within the pre-quarterfinal bout. Each the boxers went toe-to-toe because the starting with their aggressive method and landed some heavy blows on one another making it a really shut contest.
In the long run, it was the distinguished Indian boxer’s expertise and fast motion that helped him prevail over the opponent and safe a 3:2 victory by break up resolution on this fiercely contested bout.
Thapa will now tackle the winner of the bout between Haidara Alasaly and Minsu Choi within the quarter finals.
Later tonight, Ananta Chopade (54kg) and Etash Khan (60kg) can be in motion in opposition to Japan’s Tanaka Shogo and Thailand’s Khunatip Pudnich respectively of their pre-quarter finals bout.
Seven Indian girls pugilists together with Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist Lovlina can be kicking off their marketing campaign from the quarter-final stage on Saturday.
Lovlina, who has modified her weight class from 69kg can be taking part in her first worldwide match within the 75kg weight class as she takes to the ring in opposition to the 2016 World Champion, Valentina Khalzova of Kazakhstan.
The six different boxers who can be in motion are Minakshi (52kg), Sakshi (54kg), Preeti (57kg), Parveen (63kg), Ankushita (66kg) and Pooja (70kg).
The competitors is witnessing the participation of 267 boxers from 27 high boxing nations.
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