Mohammad Hussamuddin storms 57kg with 5-0 win-Sports News, Firstpost


Defending champion Hussamuddin, who represents the Service Sports Control Board (SSCB), displayed intelligent and mature boxing and landed numerous punches to secure a unanimous 5-0 victory.

File image of Indian boxer Mohammad Hussamuddin. Boxing Federation of India

Bellary, Karnataka: Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Mohammad Hussamuddin (57kg) stormed the quarter-finals with a 5-0 victory over Sahil of Chhattisgarh at the National Boxing Championships in Bellary, Karnataka on Saturday.

Defending champion Hussamuddin, who represents the Service Sports Control Board (SSCB), displayed intelligent and mature boxing and landed numerous punches to secure a unanimous 5-0 victory.

He will face Rushikesh Goud of Maharashtra on Sunday.

In the other round of 16 match in the 57 kg category, Sachin of Haryana faced Jobison Yengkokpam of Manipur.

Junior world champion Sachin, who caused a huge upheaval on Friday by beating world championship medalist Gaurav Bidhuri, did a light job of his opponent and won 5-0 to reserve his spot in the quarters.

In 54kg, Roshan Zamir of Goa put on a dominating show on the last round to outsmart Rajasthan’s Suraj Bhan Singh 3-2 in one of the tightest fights of the day.

Bhim Pratap Singh (51kg) from Rajasthan and Rohit Mor (57kg) from Delhi also advanced to the quarter-finals with identical 5-0 wins on day four of the championships.

In the 60kg match, Parvinder Poonia of Tripura beat Prabhu Murali of Tamil Nadu 5-0.

Aman (67kg) and Sachin (71kg) from Chandigarh impressed everyone with their offensive boxing as they both won after forcing the referee to stop the fight (RSC) in the second round and sailed through the quarters.

Aman beat SR Sahoo of Orissa and Sachin got the better of Devender Singh of Uttarakhand.

The gold medalists from this event will be part of the Indian squad for the world championships in Belgrade next month.


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