Defeat in the semi-finals of Indian Wrestler, now to be held for the Bronze Medal


India’s young wrestler Final Panghal decided the journey to the semi-finals at the World Championships in a single day. He entered the final 4, defeating wrestlers from the US, Poland and Russia.

India’s 19-year-old young female Wrestler final Pangal performed at the World Wrestling Championships in Belgrade, Serbia on Wednesday. Indian Wrestler entered the semi-finals by winning three matches one after the other. The special thing was that the final in the qualification round defeated the former champions of the Under 20s. She then reached the final 4, defeating the wrestlers of Poland and Russia. But in the semi-finals, he was beaten 4-5 by two-time world champion Belarus Vanessa Kaladjinskaya. She will now land in the Bronze Medal bout on Thursday.

How did you decide the journey to the semi-finals?

India’s young wrestler Final Panghal decided the journey to the semi-finals at the World Championships in a single day. He raised hopes of defeating the current world champion Olivia Dominic Parish of America to achieve the Paris Olympic quota. Let me tell you that the skipping women were trailing 0-2 at a time in the 53 kg class qualification round but they made a tremendous comeback after that and won 3-2 Registered.

Pangal then defeated Poland’s Roksana Marta Jesina in the next round on a technical aficion basis in just one minute and 38 seconds to enter the quarter-finals. He then defeated Russia’s Natalia Malisheva 9–6 in the final four against the final eight. The defense of this 19-year-old wrestler from India showed very strong throughout the day.

Other wrestlers disappointed

Although India’s other Wrestler Manisha ( 62 kg class ), Priyanka ( 68 kg class ) and Jyoti Breval ( 72 kg class ) have to face defeat. Now their expectations in the tournament will depend on the outcome of the players who defeat them, ie to see if they get a chance in the rape. Also, all 10 men of India freestyle wrestlers had already dropped out of the tournament. They failed to achieve Olympic quota or win medals in non-Olympic classes. Significantly, all of India’s wrestlers are presenting a challenge in the representation of United World Wrestling due to the suspension of the Indian Wrestling Federation ( IWF).

Antim Panghal takes out the reigning World Champion Dominique Parrish 3-2 at the World Championships in 53kg category.

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