India’s Neetu Ghanghas defeated Mongolian boxer Lutsaikhan Altansetseg in a one-sided match. She has become the sixth Indian boxer to become world champion.
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New Delhi. India’s Neetu Ghanghas has done wonders. He is in the 48 kg weight category world champion have become He won the first gold in the World Championship by defeating Mongolian boxer Lutsaikhan Altansetseg 5-0 in a one-sided match. She has become the sixth Indian boxer to become world champion. Earlier, MC Mary Kom, Sarita Devi, Jenny, Lekha KC, Nikhat Zareen have done wonders. The Indian boxer entered the final by defeating Kazakhstan’s Alua Balkibekova 5-2 in the semi-final match, but won the final in a one-sided fashion.
First round- Talking about the final match, at the beginning of the first round, the Mongolian boxer tried to put pressure on Neetu, but the Indian boxer also showed her punch and did not take much time to make a comeback. Neetu forced the opposition boxer to make a mistake. In the last 15 seconds of the first round, the Indian boxer became more aggressive. The first round went to Neetu.
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Second round- In the second round, there was an equal fight between the two, but Neetu was one step ahead of the Mongolian boxer. The Mongolian boxer hit Neetu with clip punches, but Neetu’s aggressiveness did not subside with her punches. However, during this time the Indian boxer lost his balance. The Mongolian boxer tried continuously to get Neetu out of the match, but the Indian boxer did not give up. During this, he got a yellow card, which increased the tension of the Indian fans. Except for the yellow card, Neetu dominated in the second round and Neetu had written the story of becoming the champion in the first 2 rounds itself.
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Third round- The third round was very close. At one point, Neetu had lagged behind in this round, but in the last 56 seconds, Mongolia’s boxer Got a yellow card, which increased Neetu’s enthusiasm. After this, in the last 30 seconds of the last round, Neetu scored points with a clean punch and won the match.
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