Indian boxer Amit Panghal advanced to the quarterfinals of the Flyweight class by defeating Namri Berri of Vanuatu by 5-0 in his spherical of 16 conflict at the continuing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on Monday.
Amit advanced to the quarterfinals by the usage of a unanimous option as all five judges decided in his favour. Berri was once no longer to this level in opposition to his opponent as he saved things competitive but the Indian was once the greater boxer within the bout.
“#Boxing Update @Boxerpanghal begins off his marketing campaign with a acquire in opposition to Namri Berri (VAN) by a unanimous option in his 51kg spherical of 16 bout! With this our Champ advances to the Quarter-Finals #Cheer4India #IndiaTaiyaarHai #India4CWG2022,” tweeted SAI Media.
He’ll find on Scotland’s Lennon Mulligan within the quarter-finals on August 4.
India’s Hussam Uddin Mohammed who confronted Bangladesh’s Md Salin Hossain within the Over 54-57 kg class spherical of 16 match, gained the conflict 5-0 to enter the featherweight quarter-finals.
— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) August 1, 2022
Later, at 1: 00 AM may be the spherical of 16 boxing match between Ashish Kumar and Travis Tapatuetoa of Niue within the Over 75-80 kg class.
On Day 3, Indian boxer Shiva Thapa had crashed out of Commonwealth Games 2022 after losing to Scotland’s Reese Lynch in his spherical of 16 match of the 63.5 kg class at the continuing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on Sunday.
Thapa regarded apt at the beginning but Lynch was once simply better and gained the match by 4-1. Thapa defeated Pakistan’s Suleman Baloch 5-0 within the dear spherical of the males’s 63 Kg weight class right here at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on Friday.
In the women folks’s class, reigning world champion Nikhat Zareen advanced into the quarter-finals of the women folks’s mild flyweight 50kg class at the continuing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.
In her bout at the CWG, the in-manufacture Nikhat Zareen, who gained the enviornment championships and Strandja memorial gold earlier this year, outclassed Mozambique’s Helena Ismael Bagao at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Solihull to prevail by RSC (referee stops contest).
Nikhat Zareen will face Welsh boxer Helen Jones within the Birmingham 2022 boxing quarter-finals.