June 5, 2023

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The IPA Women’s World Cup series concluded with the victory of the Indian team

Six more IPA Women’s World Boxing Championships were held this Sunday at the KD Indoor Jadav Hall in New Delhi. Indian boxers were awarded as the best team of the tournament and the most successful team with 4 gold medals.

The Chinese team is second with 3 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals, while the Russian team is third with 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal.

On Sunday, local superstar Nikat Zareen won his second world title by defending Vietnam’s The Tam Nguyen in a tough match. His victory came in the new weight category of 50 kg.

“Winning this gold in front of my home crowd feels so surreal. After taking a break and preparing for the Asian Games, I am now going to celebrate. My final opponent was the Asian champion and it was tough for me. My strategy was to go in and attack as much as possible. I did it and it worked successfully and I am very happy,” Nikat Zareen said.

Huang Hsiao-wen won his second title in the 54kg category after winning in Ulan Ude 2019. Today he won against Colombia’s Yeni Arias in an amazing fight.

Brazil’s Beatriz Ferreira and Colombia’s Angie Valdez provided one of the most exciting fights of the night. In his 60kg bout, Ferreira was stronger and the Brazilian celebrated his victory with a dance. This is Ferreira’s third medal at the World Championships, having won gold and silver medals in the 2019 and 2022 editions.

Subsequently, Perera was awarded the trophy for the best boxer.

In the 66kg event, China’s Yang Liu took on Thailand’s Janjaem Suanapeng, who beat 2019 silver medalist China to a gold medal.

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Local favorite Lovlina Borgohain battled hard against Australian Caitlin Parker. A split decision from the fight review confirmed Bourgogne’s win to the excitement of the home crowd.

In the final bout, Khadijah Mardi of Morocco defeated Lasat Kungebayeva of Kazakhstan in the +81kg category. After the fight, which ended in a 4-1 split decision for Marty, the Moroccan admitted that the first thing he was going to see was his family and his three daughters, as he hadn’t had this opportunity in weeks of preparation.

The Best Referee and Judge award went to Alejandro Barrientos Matrines from Cuba.