The Commonwealth Games (CWG) at the Gold Coast, Australia will take off from 5 April 2018, and the Indian boxers have already arrived at the venue for acclimatisation and pre-game training.
AIBA, the apex body of the Olympic boxing in the world, has finally granted full membership and withdrawn the ban order on the newly-formed Boxing Federation of India (BFI)
India had a very forgettable 2016 Rio Olympics, but could fare better in four years' time if certain simple steps are taken
Rio Olympics 2016: Vikas Krishan's meek surrender might have been influenced by opponent's reputation
India’s Vikas Krishan failed to put up a performance in the boxing ring in the Rio Olympics 2016, and accepted defeat from his opponent from Uzbekistan Bektemir Melikuzev.
It was a gloomy Friday for India at the Rio Olympics 2016, the only bright spot coming in the form of boxer Vikas Krishan making it to the quarter-final of the 75-kg middleweight boxing, defeating his Turkish counterpart Onder Sipal in the process
Rio Olympics 2016: Manoj Kumar hands out a boxing lesson to two-time Olympic medal winner Petrauskas
It was a marvelous performance by Manoj Kumar, who defeated two-time Olympic medal winner Evaldas Petrauskas and did so by proving himself to be a better fighter.
Haryana lad Manoj Kumar in the 64kg welter weight category made a huge difference for the Indian contingent by defeating two times Olympic bronze medalist Evaldas Petrauskas of Lithuania.
Vikas Krishan made it to the next round in the 75kg middle weight category after defeating Charles Conwell at the boxing event at Rio Olympics on Tuesday.
At Rio 2016, only three boxers will be representing India – namely Shiva Thapa in 56 kg, Manoj Kumar in 64 kg and Vikas Krishan in 75 kg categories.