Indian boxers did neatly on the World Boxing Championships.© AFP
Asian Championships bronze medallist Nikhat Zareen (52kg) continued her ravishing flee as she stormed into the quarterfinals alongside Anamika (50kg) and Parveen (63kg) in the World Boxing Championships in Istanbul on Sunday. Nikhat made gentle work of Mongolia’s Lutsaikhan Altantsetseg to purchase by a 5-0 unanimous verdict. Parveen then displayed her attacking prowess to out-punch frail Formative years Olympic champion Jajaira Gonzalez of USA 5-0, whereas Anamika dispatched world championships bronze medallist Kristy Lee Harris of Australia with the same margin.
Nonetheless, it used to be curtains for Shiksha (54kg), who went down by a 2-3 split resolution to Formative years Asian bronze medallist Yesugen Oyuntsetseg of Mongolia.
Nikhat used to be potentially the most valuable Indian in motion on Sunday and she or he utterly dominated from originate to blueprint in her spherical of 16 bout.
The Telangana boxer feeble her like a flash hands to huge blueprint and landed a flurry of hetero punches on her rival’s face in all the three rounds.
The spotlight of Nikhat’s conceal used to be her immaculate footwork and slip, which the Mongolian stumbled on animated to manage with.
Nikhat will subsequent face England’s Charley Davison, who defeated Hainite Kayla of Togo in the spherical of 16.
A humdrum and defensive originate price Shiksha dearly in her 54kg bout as she took time to construct up into the groove in potentially the most valuable spherical, which the Mongolian won.
Nonetheless the Indian got here support strongly in the 2d spherical and adopted a more aggressive come which paid affluent dividends for her as she won the spherical.
Nevertheless, she couldn’t dangle on to her tempo in the final spherical as Oyuntsetseg waited for openings to land her punches and prevail in her ploy to pocket the shut contest.
Besides Nikhat and Anamika and Parveen, Nitu (48kg), Manisha (57kg) and Pooja Rani (75kg) have furthermore certified for the quarterfinals.
Later in the day, 2017 Formative years World Champion Ankushita (66kg) will beginning her campaign in opposition to Poland’s Aneta Rygielska and Jaismine (60kg) will rob on Australia’s Angela Harries.
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