Commonwealth Games 2022: Boxer Rohit Tokas beats Ghana’s Alfred Kotey 5-0 to reach men’s 67kg quarterfinal

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Indian boxer Rohit Tokas (67kg) superior to the quarterfinals of the lads’s welterweight class within the Commonwealth Video games on Tuesday.

CWG 2022: Boxer Rohit Tokas reaches men's 67kg quarterfinal (SAI Photo)

CWG 2022: Boxer Rohit Tokas reaches males’s 67kg quarterfinal (SAI Picture)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Rohit Tokas (67kg) superior to the quarterfinals of the lads’s welterweight class
  • The 29-year-old Delhi boxer notched a 5-0 win over Alfred Kotey of Ghana
  • Tokas regarded extra assured and landed a number of proper jabs

Rohit Tokas began his Commonwealth Video games marketing campaign on a high-quality word as he outsmarted Alfred Kotey 5-0 in a males’s 67kg pre-quarterfinal contest on the boxing area on Tuesday. The 29-year-old Delhi boxer notched a 5-0 win over Alfred Kotey of Ghana.

Taking part in with an open guard for the higher a part of the bout, Tokas spent the primary spherical defending as Kotey donned the position of the aggressor. Whereas Kotey landed extra punches than Tokas, they weren’t clear and the Indian defended effectively to earn a 4-1 win.

Within the second spherical, Tokas, who’s making his CWG debut, regarded extra assured and landed a number of proper jabs and hooks on his opponent to win it as effectively.

Tokas unleashed himself within the ultimate three minutes as he landed a mixture of punches on his opponent. Kotey had no reply for the Indian’s onslaught as all 5 judges dominated in favour of the latter. Tokas is now only one win away from making certain a medal.

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