Defending champ Indian middleweight boxer Pooja Rani set up an overwhelming show to beat Uzbekistan’s boxer Movlonova and hold the 75kg category title in the 2021 ASBC championship in Dubai on May 30. Boxer Pooja Rani assaulted from the beginning and before the finish of the 3rd round, her rival was reeling under the flood of punches. Pooja Rani wins this match with a score of 5-0. PoojaRani got a stroll over against Mongolia’s Munkhbat in the semi-final. It was the 4th winning medal and the 2nd gold medal.
She likewise received 7.25 lakh for her great one-session show in which Mavluda Movlonova was just unwell, unfit to stay up with the Indian’s power. The Olympic-medal winner Mary Kom went down in a split 2-3 score to Kazakhstan’s Nazym. It was Mary Kom’s 7th medal in the competition, the 1st gold medal that came in 2003. Her competition record currently remains at 5 gold medals and 2 silver medals.
Tournament debutant Lalbuatsaihi lost 2-3 too however in the wake of giving her Kazakhstan rival Safronova a battle to remember. Lalbuatsaihi came into the Indian group as a late swap for the prepared Pwilao Basumatary, whose passport had lapsed. The Mizoram fighter depleted her opponent with her counter-assaults however lost the last round to end 2nd best. Anupama was the last to take the ring against the former world champion of Kazakhstan’s Kungeibayeva.
Pooja Rani’s outcome came only a few hours subsequent to boxing legend MC Mary Kom lost her 51kg last to place for the silver medal. Notwithstanding enjoying the benefit of experience, the 38 yrs old Mary Kom didn’t stop at Nazym, who is almost eleven yrs younger than her. The Kazakhstan fighter started the challenge in a forceful way and with a decent blend of both ways punches that agitated Mary Kom, who went off-balance 2 times in the 2nd round.
In the last 2 rounds, Mary Kom made urgent endeavors to recover lost ground however Nazym demonstrated a difficult issue to figure out. The Indian team has effectively guaranteed their best-at any point show by getting 15 medals including two gold, four silver, and seven bronze medal.