CWG 2022: Sagar among 4 Indian boxers to fight for Gold, Rohit and Hussamuddin finish with Bronze


Commonwealth Video games 2022: Sagar, Nikhat Zareen, Nitu Ganghas and Amit Panghal will battle for Gold on Sunday after profitable their respective semi-final bouts. India completed with 3 bronze medals in boxing.

CWG 22: Sagar joins Nitu, Nikhat and Amit in boxing last (Screengrab from Twitter)


  • 4 Indian boxers will combat for Gold at CWG 2022 on Sunday
  • India are assured a complete of seven boxing medals in Birmingham
  • Rohit Tokas gained bronze after a valiant battle within the semi-final

As many as 4 Indian boxers will combat for Gold on Sunday, August 7 whereas 3 Indian pugilists completed with bronze medals on Saturday on the Commonwealth Video games 2022 in Birmingham

Sagar Ahlawat joined Nikhat Zareen, Nitu Ganghas and Amit Panghal within the hunt for a Gold medal whereas Jaismine, Roht Tokas and Mohammed Hussamuddin misplaced their semi-final bouts in Birmingham.


Sagar got here up with an excellent present of aggressive boxing within the last Indian bout on Saturday. He defeated Ifeanyi Onywekwere of Nigeria within the males’s 96kg semi-final by unanimous resolution. In a hard-fought bout, Sagar had completed the job within the first two rounds, getting a unanimous 10 in each the rounds and compelled Onywekwere to offer it his all within the last spherical.

The Nigerian went all out within the last spherical and gained it 4-1, touchdown some heavy punches nevertheless it wasn’t sufficient to cease Sagar from progressing to the Gold medal match.


In the meantime, Rohit Tokas got here up with a valiant combat towards Stephen Zimba of Zambia within the males’s 67kg semi-final. Rohit almost pulled it off as Zimba even bought a standing rely however the Zambian upped the ante in a spectacular last spherical to progress to the gold medal match by way of break up resolution (3-2).

Muhammad Hussamuddin, in the meantime, gained his second bronze medal within the Commonwealth Video games after shedding the boys’s 57kg semi-final to Joseph Commey 4-1.

Earlier within the day, Nikhat stormed into the ultimate of girls’s 50kg after outclassing England’s Stubley Alfia Savannah 5-0. Panghal (51kg), too, displayed his class as he reached his second consecutive CWG last.

Nitu Ghanghas (48kg) additionally remained on the right track for Gold in her maiden look.

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