The only third Indian boxer in Tokyo Olympics is Lovlina Borgohain. She won a medal at the Olympics. After Vijender Singh (2008) and MC Mary Kom (2012). In any case, the 23-year-old isn’t satisfied with her execution at the Tokyo Olympics. The Indian boxer is gunning for gold at the Paris Olympics.
Failure has never been a choice. On India’s bronze medal boxer Lovlina Borgohain. Whether it’s against a rival in the boxing ring or against a few age-old patriarchies.
Bara Mukhiya Village in Assam’s Goliath
From the farther Bara Mukhiya Village in Assam’s Goliath. In district to cornering glory at the Tokyo Olympics. Lovlina Borgohain’s story may be a testament to her character. Also, the mettle was on show indeed in her game in Tokyo.
The 23-year-old boxer returned with a bronze award. In the women’s 69kg welter-weight category. In the quarter-final, Lovlina was up against the previous world champion. Nien-Chin Chen of Taiwan, against whom Indians had endured losses. But the pugilist from Assam was way better prepared this time around. She has observed the recordings of her past bouts. Against Nien-Chen, which helped her amid the medal bout.
Isi ladki se 4 baar haar Chuki hun. All I needed to do was demonstrate a point to myself by being brave against her. I was fair looking for revenge, Lovlina told Indiatoday.
In any case, Lovlina’s journey for gold-finished. In the semi-final coordinate against Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey.
Up against very truly a bully within the ring. Borgohain was totally out-punched by the eventual gold medallist. Turkish boxer, who created a completely overwhelming performance.
What stood out in the semi-final bout. It was how Lovlina stood her ground and, against a persistent Surmeneli. They never permitted her to settle down.
The flamboyant Turkish boxer didn’t fair out-punch her match. After that but moreover taunted her with a few showboating. Including dropping her guard to set out the Indian. Lovlina oversaw to strike her only counter-attacking straight. Also, hits in the last round, but it was as well late.
I entered the ring to win the bout. However, amid the bout, I realized that I might not be able to win it. But I didn’t need to stop, so I fair kept on going till the final circular. Tragically, I might not execute what I had planned. I seem to have done better, said Lovlina.
It is getting to be a long street for Lovlina to realize that dream. First, she will have to her fortitude. Within the World Championship, Commonwealth, and Asian Diversions. Also, in another three years. But the welter-weight boxer knows the significance of persistence. Lastly, tirelessness which she is just off the blocks.