Indian Boxing is declining says Mary Kom- Mary Kom on Wednesday expressed her upset feelings for the condition of boxing in India. She also said that all her efforts had gone in vain as she isn’t seeing a single woman to represent India in Rio Olympics 2016. She lambasted by saying that there’s no federation India and properly organized national event for the past few years.
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According to her, Indian government should take significant steps regarding the secundation of this issue. No person is going to attain peak in this field if we don’t create competitive environment for him or her. Proper guidance and training will only work when there’ll be some challenges ahead the persons entering in this arena.
She said, “It’s very embarrassing to listen that not a single woman has been selected for this time’s Rio Olympics. Only one male boxer will contend the international competition and the crowd in nation loving to watch boxing fight will only have to see the solo performance from this side.”
Defeat in the world championship held at Delhi exhorted Merry to stay away from the global event. She would have entered into the international boxing fight in Rio Olympics 2016, but the severe loss she suffered last month broke her all dreams of representing India. She’s the only woman who has won medal for India in this category of sport.
The five times world champion has been expecting to get a wild card entry in Rio Olympics, but AIBA spokesman Nicolas Jomard said that there’s no wild card entry for boxing event. And hence, the legendary woman boxer from India can’t fight this time’s Olympic mega contention.