Amit Panghal, a young Indian boxer, is gearing ready to outwork his opponents at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Recent performances by the World No. 1 have been an outstanding indicator of his readiness for the Summer Games.
India appears to be well-prepared for the Tokyo Olympics, with its rigged and biggest boxing contingent, which includes Amit Panghal. The more contestants, the better the odds of winning an Olympic medal.
Recent accomplishments of Amit Panghal
Panghal qualified for his first Olympics by defeating Carlo Paalam of the Philippines in the 52kg quarterfinals in the Asian boxing Olympic qualifiers in Amman, Jordan.
Panghal proved unstoppable throughout the Asian Boxing Championships, qualifying for the final. However, the 25-year-old had to settle for second place after losing in the finals to Shakhobidin Zoirov of Uzbekistan.
Panghal made history by becoming the first Indian boxer to win a silver medal at the AIBA World Boxing Championships, despite his loss.
Panghal won the Asian Boxing Championship gold medal in 2019 after defeating South Korean pugilist Kim-in-Kyu.
Amit Pangal earned a silver medal in the light flyweight division at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. Panghal has six international medals, putting him in first place in the race for a podium finish at the big event.
Amit Panghal’s overall achievements
a gold medalist at the Asian Games in 2018 (light flyweight category)
Silver medalist at the Asian Championships in 2018 (light flyweight)
-Bronze medalist at the 2017 Asian Championships (light flyweight category)
silver medalist at the 2018 Commonwealth Games (light flyweight category)
-Gold medalist in the Asian Championships in 2019 (Flyweight)
silver medalist at the Asian Championships in 2021 (Flyweight)
Will Amit Panghal be able to win a medal at the Olympics?
Amit Panghal, the World No. 1 in the 52kg flyweight division, will enter the Tokyo Olympics as a medal favorite. In Tokyo, the Haryana fighter will try to rise to the occasion and give his finest performance.
Panghal, the reigning Asian Games champion, will have to find out the intricate gaps that he needs to close, including his rivals and his performances against them, in order to achieve Olympic triumph.
For the time being, it appears that he is on track to finish on the podium at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.