Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain secured her place in the finals of the World Boxing Championships by defeating China’s Li Qian in the 75kg category semi-finals. Despite facing a tough opponent in the Tokyo Olympics silver medallist, Lovlina remained focused and won the match 4-1 by a split decision.
In the first round, Lovlina dominated her Chinese opponent, but Li Qian fought back in the second round. However, the Indian boxer remained composed and delivered an outstanding performance in the final round to secure her spot in the finals.
This victory has guaranteed India a silver medal and will see Lovlina fighting for the gold in the final. This will also mark the first time Lovlina has competed in the finals of the WBC, making it a significant moment in her career.
Lovlina’s road to the finals was not an easy one, as she had to defeat Mozambique’s Rady Gramane in the quarter-finals. Despite the challenge, Lovlina displayed her impressive skills and won the match 5-0 by a unanimous decision, adding a third medal to her already illustrious career.
Lovlina’s performance in the World Boxing Championships has not only made her country proud but has also put her name on the global map as a talented and skilled boxer. Her future looks bright, and her fans eagerly anticipate her upcoming match in the finals.