new Delhi: Indian boxer Amit Panghal has created history by performing brilliantly in the AIBA World Boxing Championship. They have reached the finals of the 52 kg category of the championship. Amit Panghal defeated the Kazakh boxer in the quarter-finals. Manish Kaushik lost in the quarter-finals. He was defeated by Cuba's Andy Cruz. In this way Manish had to be content with the bronze medal.
Amit Panghal is the first male boxer in the country to reach the final of World Boxing. With them reaching the final, it has been decided that the Indian boxer can win the gold medal in the World Boxing Championship for the first time. As far as women's boxing is concerned, sports enthusiasts know that MC Mary Kom has become a six-time world champion.
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Amit Panghal defeated Kazakhstan's Saken Bibossinov in a close match in the quarter-finals played on Friday. The Indian boxer won this match in the flyweight category 3–2. Amit Panghal won the gold medal at the Asian Games last year.
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In this way, Amit Panghal now has a chance to win the first gold medal in the World Boxing Championship. If they are not able to do this, then history will be written. If Amit loses, he will get a silver medal.
Till date, no male player has won a gold or silver medal in the World Boxing Championship in India's boxing history. Four male boxers from India have won bronze medals at the World Boxing Championships. Vijender Singh (2009) is the first boxer to do so. Vikas Krishnan (2011), Siva Thapa (2015) and Gaurav Vidhuri (2017) have also won bronze medals.