Kavinder Singh Bisht Just One Bout Far From Medal

The AIBA World Boxing Championship (AIBAWRC) is going on in Hamburg and a lot of participants are there from all over the world to win various titles.

India is also there, and the boxers are showing their extraordinary performances there. And Kavinder Singh Bisht has been just one bout far from winning first medal by India

Bisht is 24-years-old now and he has beat Mohamed Flissi, the two-time world championship of Algeria with the score 3-2 on Monday night. With this win he books his tryst with destiny.

Kavinder will fight opposite Inkyu Kim, who is from Korea in the 52kg category in the quarterfinals. If Kavinder wins this match, then he will be entitled to the bronze medal at least. And this will be the first medal by India in the championship.

Along with Kavinder, others who will fight for the medal are Gaurav Bidhuri in 56 kg weight category and Amit Panghal in the 49 kg weight category. Both Karvider and Panghal have already qualified for the quarters, whereas Bidhuri will fight against Bilel Mhamdi of Tunisia.

Sharing his experience, Kavinder said, “The way I fought this bout, I am satisfied, after recording a victory that I deserved in all the way, I along with my coach, analyzed my opponent thoroughly. And that helped me to know how to counter him. My win is dedicated to the coaching staff for the efforts they put in and also the BFI that they trusted on me”.

Kavinder is from the state of Uttarakhand in India and he is expectedly excited for his next bout. He is confident to show a stellar performance.

Speaking about his next fight against Inkyu Kim, he said “We are aware of the fact that Kim is a tough opponent. But, we have plans to overcome him and beat him.” “I am all ready for him,” he said.