Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain (69 kg) won the bronze medal at Wednesday’s Olympics after a fiasco with defending world champion Busenaz Surmeneli, which ended the country’s participation in the sport. Campaign.
Faced with the true tyrant in the ring, Borgohain completely lost to the gold medal favourite in an overwhelming match.
The Assam boxer also had to deduct points in the second round, because despite some warnings, she still did not follow the referee’s instructions.
The start of the Indian team was not too bad, as it withstood a severe challenge, but after Surmeneli started landing with her vicious hook and body punches, it exploded.The third round was particularly difficult for Borgoin, who scored two-eighths of the game.
The boxer has won her first boxing medal at the Indian Olympics, when she dwarfed former world champion Chen Ningqin from Taiwan and advanced to the semi-finals.
The 23-year-old boxer from Assam is the second Indian boxer to win an Olympic medal after MC Mary Com. Mary Com won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics and became the third Indian female boxer to win a medal in a masterpiece after Vijender Singh (2008) and Mary Kom.