Krrish, Ravi march into semifinals of ASBC Asian Youth & Junior Boxing Championships

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Indian Junior boxers Krrish Pal (46kg) and Ravi Saini (48kg) marched into the semifinals with contrasting victories on the 2022 ASBC Asian Youth & Junior Boxing Championships in Amman, Jordan on Sunday.

Krrish, who hails from Chandigarh, was up towards Philippines’s Robert Jamero within the quarterfinal bout. The Indian boxer discovered the going powerful within the first spherical and took a while to gauge his opponent. Within the final two rounds, he fully dominated the bout together with his relentless and exact punches and gained the bout 4-1.

Ravi Saini displayed sensible braveness and tactical prowess towards Aphichit Chaemdi of Thailand in a bout that was very tough and aggressive from the start. Each the boxers exchanged punches all through and refused to again down however the Indian boxer landed extra punches to safe the favour of the judges and win the bout 3-2.

Later tonight, 4 extra Junior Indian males boxers – Lovepreet Singh (50kg), Jayant Dagar (54kg), Chetan (57kg) and Yashwardhan Singh (60kg), will play within the quarterfinals.

Earlier on Saturday evening, Renu (52kg), Prachi (57kg) and Ravina (63kg) progressed into the youth girls semifinals following comfy wins of their respective last-8 matches.

Renu and Prachi outclassed Jordan’s Abla Alsharairh and Iraq’s Minahemn Mohammed respectively because the referee stopped the competition in each the bouts. In the meantime, Ravina defeated Aidazholdassova of Kazakhstan in a break up verdict.

Within the youth males class, Deepak (75kg) moved into the semifinals after a straightforward 5-0 win over Khaled Alkurdy of UAE within the quarterfinal.

Nonetheless, Ashish Hooda (71kg), Rockey Chaudhary (80kg) and Jaskaran Singh (92kg) ended their marketing campaign after respective defeats within the final 8 matches.

The celebrated continental event has been witnessing a robust competitors in presence of 352 boxers from 21 international locations together with India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The finals will likely be performed on March 13 and 14.

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