World Boxing Championship: Nikhat Zareen and Anamika enter the quarterfinals, these boxers also won

Nikhat Zareen, Parveen and Anamika won their respective matches in a one-sided fashion and defeated their opponents 5-0.

May 15, 2022 | 11:16 pm

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal

May 15, 2022 | 11:16 pm




India's legendary boxer Lovlina Borgohain may have suffered a loss in the IBA Women's World Boxing Championship, but the rest of the boxers continue to perform well.  Asian Championships bronze medalists Nikhat Zareen (52kg), Anamika (50kg), Jasmine (60kg) and Parveen (63kg) advanced to the quarterfinals on Sunday.  (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

India’s legendary boxer Lovlina Borgohain may have suffered a loss in the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship, but the rest of the boxers continue to perform well. Asian Championships bronze medalists Nikhat Zareen (52kg), Anamika (50kg), Jasmine (60kg) and Parveen (63kg) advanced to the quarterfinals on Sunday. (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

Nikhat Zareen, emerging as the successor of veteran boxer Mary Kom, easily defeated Lutsaikhan Altansetseg of Mongolia in the ongoing championship in Istanbul.  The five judges ruled unanimously (5-0) in favor of the Indian boxer.  In the last eight, he will have to overcome the challenge of Charlie Dawison of England.  (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

Nikhat Zareen, emerging as the successor of veteran boxer Mary Kom, easily defeated Lutsaikhan Altansetseg of Mongolia in the ongoing championship in Istanbul. The five judges ruled unanimously (5-0) in favor of the Indian boxer. In the last eight, he will have to overcome the challenge of Charlie Dawison of England. (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

The good news continued for India as Parveen continued her attacking game with a 5-0 win over former Youth Olympic champion Jazaira Gonzalez of America in the 63kg category.  (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

The good news continued for India as Parveen continued her attacking game with a 5-0 win over former Youth Olympic champion Jazaira Gonzalez of America in the 63kg category. (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

On the other hand, Anamika's punches in 50 kg fell heavily on Australia's Christie Lee Harris, the bronze medalist of the World Championships.  Like Nikhat and Parveen, Anamika also registered a 5-0 win.  (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

On the other hand, Anamika’s punches in 50 kg fell heavily on Australia’s Christie Lee Harris, the bronze medalist of the World Championships. Like Nikhat and Parveen, Anamika also registered a 5-0 win. (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

Apart from these, while Jasmine defeated Angela of Australia in 60kg, Neetu (48kg), Manisha (57kg) and Pooja Rani (75kg) have also qualified for the quarterfinals.  However, her education journey in the 54kg ended in a 2-3 fractured decision to youth Asian bronze medalist Yesugen Oyunsetseg of Mongolia.  (Photo: Twitter/BFI)

Apart from these, while Jasmine defeated Angela of Australia in 60kg, Neetu (48kg), Manisha (57kg) and Pooja Rani (75kg) have also qualified for the quarterfinals. However, her education journey in the 54kg ended in a 2-3 fractured decision to youth Asian bronze medalist Yesugen Oyunsetseg of Mongolia. (Photo: Twitter/BFI)






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