Vijender Singh, Manish Kaushik said after watching the boxing match, lost the match but won the heart – Tokyo Olympic boxer Manish Kaushik defeated by UK boxer Indian professional boxer Vijender Singh praised him
Professional boxer Vijender Singh has praised boxer Manish Kaushik. Manish Kaushik, representing India in the 63kg at Tokyo Olympics, was the medal hope for the country and in the first and second rounds, Kaushik seemed to be taking a heavy toll on the opponent but then the opponent got the better of him.
Vijender Singh praised
Boxer Vijender Singh boosted the morale of the player by tweeting after the result of this match. Vijender Singh said that Manish Kaushik lost the match but won his heart, he has never seen such a strong fight. Manish Kaushik’s match was going really interesting. And it looked like Britain’s Luke McCormack would be battered by his punch. But it didn’t happen.
good start manish
Manish got off to a good start against McCarmack but lost the match in the last three minutes while the British boxer decided to strike back instead of going on the offensive. In the opening round, Manish gave an equal answer to McCormack’s attacks. In the second round, the Indian boxer scored more points than the opposition. Due to this, both the boxers were tied before the third round.
lost in the final round
In the last three minutes, the British boxer’s strategy of getting Manish closer and hitting the right spot worked, after which all five judges ruled in McCormack’s favour. Luke is the twin brother of former European and Commonwealth Games champion and World Championship bronze medalist Pat McCormack in the welterweight (69kg) category. Pat is also participating in Tokyo and got a bye.
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