On the third day of the World Boxing Championship, three Indian players made it to the pre-quarterfinals. Neetu Ghanghas, Manju and Preeti won their respective categories to qualify for the next round.
Neetu Ghanghas reached pre quarter finals
New Delhi. being played in Delhi world boxing championship On the third day also the women boxers of India showed an amazing game. On the third day, Neetu Gangas, Preeti and Manju Bamboria won their respective matches and secured a place in the pre-quarterfinals, which is good news for India. In the last two days also, the Indian boxers had shown amazing sportsmanship. Manju Bamboria (66 kg) defeated New Zealand’s Sarah Verreu in a one-sided fashion 5-0.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist Neetu Gangas was participating in the 48 kg weight category. In the first round match, she defeated Korea’s Doyon Kang on RSC decision. In the 54 kg category, Preeti defeated Romania’s Lacramioara Perijoc by 4-3 on the basis of split decision.
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Preeti won the review
Preity had taken a 3-2 lead in the very first round against the Romanian player. After this, Preeti showed amazing footwork and punched the Romanian player. The Romanian player then made a comeback and won the second round. At the last moment, Preeti made a strong comeback. In this round, the points of both the boxers were equal, due to which the match was decided by the review and Preeti was declared the winner. 2022 Asian Championship bronze medalist Preeti said, I was initially trying to understand her strategy. In the last round, I changed my strategy. She was aggressive and was losing her balance.
Neetu won the match unilaterally
The last time when Neetu participated in the World Championship, she was out of the quarterfinals. In the very first minute of the first round, Neetu showed the power of her hook and cross. Although he did not get much marks. From here the match became very attacking. In this round, Korean boxer Kang got the first standing count. Neetu again continued to dominate and gave Kang a second standing count after 20 seconds. Even after the second stand, the match went to Neetu.
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