Dalvir Tomar makes it a one-sided affair


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Oct 30, 2018 22:24 IST

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New Delhi [India], Oct 30 (ANI): Buoyed by stable native help, Dalvir Tomar (64 kg) took as little time as doable to knock out Rohit Tokas of Railways within the ongoing third Elite Males Boxing Nationwide Championships on the AIS rings in Pune on Tuesday.
Touted as a top-billed bout within the gentle welter class on proper one, the highly-rated Dalvir rattled Rohit, who was left gasping for breath because the Companies pugilist accomplished the duty to make the quarterfinal grade.
Buying and selling mixture punches on Rohit with a sound approach, Dalvir not solely evaded his opponent properly however landed a few straight ones which pressured the Railways boxer on his knees.
In one other match, Commonwealth Video games silver medallist Manish Kaushik captivated the viewers with an excellent show of energy within the 60 kg encounter as he added extra tooth to his punches within the light-weight class (60 kg) when he downed Vijay Kumar of Punjab, profitable on factors (5:0) to enter the quarterfinals. Fortunately, the Punjab boxer prevented getting knocked out.
On a day when the Companies, Railways, Punjab and Haryana barely put a incorrect foot within the pre-quarterfinals towards their lesser-known opponents, they had been blatant and extreme to make it to the quarterfinal rounds.
Manjeet Singh from the Companies received on factors (5:0) when he beat Manipur’s Bonel Singh in middleweight class (75 kg) to maneuver into the quarterfinals, whereas Sanjeet Singh scored a KO (second spherical) resolution over Arunachal Pradesh’s Komu Pem Khandu whilst Railways’ Gaurav Bidhuri received his bout towards Pondicherry’s V BharanyPrayag.
Chauhan scored 4:1 verdict over Karan of Tripura in the identical weight class. Earlier, Amit Khichar scored a second spherical KO towards Ajay Singh Kanyal of Uttarakhand.
In one other knockout within the gentle heavy class(81 kg), Punjab’s Gurpreet Singh took lower than two minutes to ship Mrunal Bhosale of Maharashtra to the ropes for a primary spherical knockout.
Haryana’s Sanjay scored 5:Zero over Deepak Sunar of Nagaland whereas Companies’ Gagan Narwal scored a cut up verdict (3:2) over his Railways rival, Manish Panwar, a former youth champion.
One more cut up verdict got here within the bout between Jatinder of Himachal and Sandeep Malik of All India Police which the latter received 3:2. The bout noticed high quality punches being traded from each the crimson and blue corners, however the AIP pugilist had a particular edge within the third spherical which finally clinched the decision in his favour.
The day noticed as many as 64 bouts with the fancied boxers shifting into the final eight levels and not using a whimper. (ANI)

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