Women's World Boxing Championships

Jamuna Boro storms into quarterfinals

  • 9th Oct 2019

Jamuna Boro (54 kg) on Wednesday whipped Algerian fifth seed Ouidad Sfouh 5-0 in the pre-quarterfinals to enter the last-eight phase of the continuous Women's World Boxing Championships.

The 22-year-old, partaking at the Worlds just because, commanded the session as her punches were more exact than the shielding champion consistently during the whole span of three minutes.

She began gradually however as the session advanced, she began to get into her notch. The initial two rounds saw both the pugilists face a drawing in conflict. Be that as it may, Jamuna overwhelmed the third round.

The judges' focuses toward the end stood 28-29, 27-30, 27-30, 27-30, 27-30 in support of Jamuna.

Jamuna, a bronze-medallist at the 2015 Youth World Championships, had crushed Mongolia's Michidmaa Erdenedalai 5-0 in her opening round conflict.

She will currently play her quarter-last conflict on Thursday and success there will guarantee her lady universes award.

Prior, six-time champion Mary Kom had progressed to the quarterfinals in the wake of winning her opening session in 51 kg classification. Mary beat Thailand's Jitpong Jutamas by a consistent choice in the pre-quarters after she had gotten a first-round bye.

Aside from Mary and Jamuna, Manju Rani (48kg) is the other Indian pugilist to arrive at the quarter-finals of her weight class.

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