Women’s World Boxing Championship: Rookie Manisha Moun outclasses two-time bronze medallist Christina Cruz


Women’s World Boxing Championship: Rookie Manisha Moun outclasses two-time bronze medallist Christina Cruz

Rookie fighter Manisha Moun punched above her weight to surpass Christina Cruz of a United States in an unanimous outcome to allege to a 54kg pre-quarterfinals of a AIBA Women’s World Championships on Friday.

The 20-year-old Haryana boxer, who was creation her entrance in a World Championships, was in finish control during a whole of initial turn opposite a American, who is roughly twice her age.

The 36-year-old from New York is a two-time World bronze medallist though Manisha was not a one to be intimidated by a repute of a opponent.

Manisha, who had won a bullion during a India Open and a china in a Silesian Women’s Boxing championship in Poland this year, was a transparent leader as she dominated all a 3 rounds.

The 5 judges have her a unanimous preference (29-28, 30-27, 30-26, 30-26, 29-28).

In a pre-quarterfinals on Sunday, Manisha now faces reigning universe champion Dina Zholaman of Kazakhstan, whom she had beaten in a Poland event.

Manisha’s mom Usha Rani and grandmother Saroj Devi, who had come all a approach from Kaithal, were during a stands to watch her hitch during a K D Jhadav Stadium.

“I am really unapproachable for winning my initial hitch in a World Championships. we have valid that we can be during this stage. we will give my best and see how distant we can go. we am assured of doing good in a entrance rounds,” she said.

“My subsequent hitch is opposite a universe champion though we have beaten her in Poland. It will be tough though we can kick her,” she added.

Asked about a devise for a bout, she pronounced all went according to plan.

“My coaches told me to play from a distance. Her (Cruz’s) right was really clever so coaches told me to watch here right. we attempted to skip his punches from a right and pounded from a left. That was a devise and we did only that,” she said.

“The initial turn was about watching my competition and find out what to do and what not to do. In a second round, we went with a devise and we was means to land my punches. In a third round, we went for conflict and gave a best conflict and won a bout,” she added.

Zholaman, who kick Muzuki Hiruta of Japan 4-1, pronounced Manisha was a “good” boxer.

“I mislaid to her (Manisha) in Poland though that is boxing, it happens. She is a good boxer,” pronounced a Kazakh.

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