Indian Boxer Mary Kom newest record in boxing history
Indian Boxer Mary Kom, who won gold at the World Boxing Championships six times, has reached another toddler’s medal.
Mary Kom at least won the bronze medal in the semis.
- Mary Kom joins the semis at the boxing championship
- Mary Kom, who has already won 7 medals in this tournament. Six golds
- At least the bronze medal guarantee by joining the latest semis
- A rare feat as the boxer with the most medals in tournament history
Indian boxer Maricom Kom has joined the World Boxing Championships in Russia.
Mary Kom, who recently moved from the 48kg category to the 51kg category. On Thursday, Colombia’s boxer defeated Ingress 5-0.
Mary Kom won the bronze medal by joining the semis in the tournament.
Mary Kom has set a new record for most medals at the World Championships.
Cuban boxer Felix, who set a record of seven medals last year, topped the record with 8 medals, earning the bronze medal today.
Mary Kom won the gold medal in the 48kg category at last year’s championship in New Delhi.
Overall. Mary Kom, who has already won 6 gold and one silver medal in a long career.
The record is the first boxer to win 8 medals at the World Boxing Championships with the latest bronze.
In the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, there is a 48 kg category. The latest is Mary Kom, who has moved to the 51kg category. In the first tourney itself.
Mary Kom will now compete with Turkey’s Busenza on Saturday in the semis as part of the tournament.
If you win the match and go to the final, there are chances of winning gold or silver. In the semester.
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