Womens World Boxing Championships: Indias Nitu Advances To Quarter-Finals

Author : Dhowcruise
Publish Date : 2022-05-14


Womens World Boxing Championships: Indias Nitu Advances To Quarter-Finals

2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.

2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. Later tonight, Manisha (57kg) will fight against Svetlana Staneva of Bulgaria. On Sunday, 6 Indian boxers including Nikhat will be in action in the round-of-16 bouts.2017 Youth World Champion Nitu (48kg) continued her fine form and cruised into the quarter-finals at the 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships as she blanked Spain's Lopez Del Arbol by unanimous decision in Istanbul on Saturday. Nitu, who won the gold medal at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Sofia this year dominated the proceedings right from the beginning. The boxer from Bhiwani showed relentless energy and exhibited her brilliant footwork and speed to land precise punches. Nitu upped the ante in the next two rounds and carried on with her attacking approach without giving any chance to her opponent and won the bout convincingly by 5-0. Her next opponent will be Kazakhstan's Alua Balkibekova in the quarter-final on Monday. La



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