Mary Kom won the gold award in the Asian Boxing Championships, overcoming DPR Korea’s Kim Hyang Mi in the last session 5-0 by consistent judges choice. The two boxers began the first round hoping to assault and get an early lead. Mary Kom handled various blows however Kim didn’t down and got a couple of punches of her own before the round finished.
The second and third round was less serious, as Mary Kom took as much time as is needed before picking her minute to strike. Exhibiting her cautious ability, she battled off her challenger while additionally getting a couple of punches when the open door emerged. Her course of action worked and she won the last by a consistent choice. In spite of not meeting all requirements for the 2016 Rio Olympics, this competition demonstrates there is still bounty left in the tank of ‘Heavenly Mary’ as she included yet another quill in her officially famous top.
Many idea the observed Indian boxer was finished with the ring in the wake of neglecting to make it to the 2016 Rio Olympics. In any case, her hurried to the last of the Asian Women’s Boxing Championships has demonstrated that she is as yet the highest quality level of ladies’ enclosing India.
Before today, Mary Kom’s last decoration came in the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, where she turned into the primary Indian lady boxer to win gold in the Women’s Flyweight (51 kg) class. This is Mary Kom’s 6th decoration in the Asian Women’s Boxing Championships and fifth gold award, having won four gold awards and one silver decoration in past versions of the competition.