Mary Kom heads to final:Women’s World Boxing Championships 48 kg semi-final

MC Mary Kom

Women’s World Boxing Championships

Mary Kom heads to final

Star Boxer MC Mary Kom has reached the finals of 10th AiA World Women’s Boxing Championships. Five times former world champion Mary Kom defeated Kim Hyang Me of North Korea in the semi-finals. In another semifinal, Lovelina Borgohen had to face defeat. Two more boxers of India have reached the semi-finals in the ongoing IBA championship in Delhi. Among them are Sonia (57 kg) and Simranjeet Kaur (64 kg).

MC Mary Kom, famous as Supermom, is 35 years old. She is the sixth woman to win the most medal in the history of World Boxing Championships. His six medals include five gold medals. By the way, Katie Taylor of Ireland has also won six medals with five gold. But now he has become a professional boxer. While Mary Kom has reached the finals of the World Championships held in Delhi, she has recorded her record seventh medal. Now it is just to be sure that they win gold, or they have to be satisfied with Silver.



Mary Kom will now meet Hannah of Ukraine

MC Mary Kom of Manipur, on Thursday (November 22), competed with Kim Hyang of North Korea in the 48 kg semifinal. Mary Kom defeated Kim Hyang earlier in the Asian Championships. He kept his name on Thursday as the match against Kim continued. Mary Kom won this match 5-0 (29-28, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27). Mary Kom will face Ukraine’s Hannah Okhota in the final. Mary Kom has already defeated Hannah in the tournament played in Poland.

Bronze Medal to Lovina Borgohen

Lovlina Borgohain of Assam had to face defeat in the 69kg semi-finals. He defeated Taiwan’s Niyan China Chen 4-0 Although Lovely played a good match and gave a tough fight to Chen One of the five judges gave equal marks to both the boxers. In this way, Chen made his mark with 4-0 (27-29, 27-28, 28-28, 29-27, 30-26). Due to this defeat, Luvlina had to satisfy Bronze Medal.

I did not let Kim Hyun Me come close to me

After winning the match, Mary Kom said, “I had defeated this player in the final of the Asian Championship last time. This time I also came fully prepared and ready. So they beat them unilaterally. I did not let them come closer to me. Whether we win or lose, every boxer always learns something that he has a weakness. His defenses are weak or attack and in keeping with all these things, he improves his game. ‘




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