World Boxing Championships: Mohammad Hussamuddin, Deepak Bhoria, Nishant Dev sign off with bronze medals | Boxing News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Indian boxers Mohammad Hussamuddin (57kg), Deepak Bhoria (51kg) and Nishant Dev signed off with bronze medals on the World Championships on Friday. It’s India’s best-ever present on the marquee occasion as they received three medals in Tashkent.
Hussamuddin was pressured to withdraw from his semi-final bout after struggling a knee harm. The 29-year-old from Nizamabad sustained a knee harm throughout his quarter-final bout in opposition to J Diaz Ibanez of Bulgaria.
Within the 51kg class, Deepak went down combating to two-time World Championships bronze medallist France’s Bilal Bennama 3-4 break up verdict in a detailed contest which went into bout evaluation.

Nishant’s semi-final additionally went to bout evaluation with the judges ruling in favour of the 2022 Asian champion and 2018 Asian Video games silver medallist Aslanbek Shymbergenov of Kazakhstan.
Deepak was named within the squad forward of 2019 Worlds silver medallist Amit Panghal.
Each boxers have been tentative at first, making an attempt to get the measure of their opponents. Deepak was capable of land just a few punches however Bennama used his left jabs to nice impact and took the spherical 3-2.

Bennama was the aggressor within the second spherical as he moved across the ring to dodge Deepak’s punches however the Indian discovered a solution to breach his defences and land some eye-catching proper crosses.
The ultimate three minutes have been fought intensely with each boxers throwing punches however the Frenchman was profitable in blocking Deepak’s blows to take the win.
Earlier, the 29-year-old Hussamudin sustained a knee harm in his quarterfinal bout in opposition to J Diaz Ibanez of Bulgaria and determined in opposition to risking aggravation.

“Hussamuddin provides a walkover as a consequence of harm and settles for bronze. He had a knee harm within the final bout after which he had ache and swelling,” Boxing Federation of India (BFI) mentioned in an announcement.
“After cautious and detailed evaluation by the medical group, Workforce Administration have determined that he will not participate within the semi ultimate bout which is to happen as we speak as he does not need the harm to worsen somewhat than get better for future competitions.”
Hussamudin, who was competing in his debut World Championships, was scheduled to face Cuba’s Saidel Horta within the final 4 conflict.
(With inputs from PTI)

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