Mary Kom Wins Asian Boxing Championship Semi-Final

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Five-time best on the champion MC Mary Kom stayed on course for a fifth gold decoration at the Asian Boxing Championships after she progressed to the last of the occasion on Tuesday being held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Mary Kom vanquished Japan’s Tsubasa Komura in a consistent 5-0 decision to influence the summit to conflict for the fifth time in her 6th appearance at the occasion. Should she go ahead to win the last, the Indian would be secure her first Asian Championships gold award in the 48kg classification.

The 35-year-old Rajya Sabha MP, who is additionally a previous Olympic bronze-medallist, came back to her favored weight classification following five years of contending in 51kg, which was made an Olympic class in 2012.

Indeed, it was a session battled to a great extent on cautious strategies. The Japanese boxer appeared to be excessively attentive, making it impossible to go close to the Indian, who truly needed to jump at Komura for her correct snares to associate.

Mary Kom’s understanding with Komura’s strategies ran out in the second round and she expanded the pace and savagery of her own assaults to disrupt the Japanese. The shell watch to fight off Komura’s weak right straights guaranteed that the star Indian boxer scarcely took any blow in what ended up being a disproportionate contest.

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