Amit Panghal's match in the Commonwealth today: will come down to confirm the medal; Bai was found in the first match and won 5-0 in second

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Amit Panghal's match in the Commonwealth today: will come down to confirm the medal; Bai was found in the first match and won 5-0 in second
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Today is the third match of boxer Amit Panghal in the Commonwealth Games 2022. Amit, a resident of Manna village of Rohtak district of Haryana, will enter the ring today to confirm his medal. In the first match, he got Bai and performed brilliantly in the second match, defeating Vanuatu country's boxer Namri Berry 5-0. hopefully. He will enter the ring with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm. When it was talked to Amit, he was still describing himself as fully ready to win. It is expected that Amit will live up to Vishwas and give the country a medal.

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Amit has been sweating for this moment for the past several days. The family is also excited to watch Amit's match. The family will sit together and watch Amit's match live at home. Amit had said before going to play the Commonwealth Games that this time he would return to the color of the medal.

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Vijendra Singh said that Amit said that Amit said that Amit Panghal has not been able to come home for about a month. It is continuously outside and is showing the power of his punch in international matches. Went from home on 8 July. The family hopes that when Amit Panghal returns home, there will be a medal of Commonwealth Games 2022 in his neck.

Papa will win Had happened. Then Amit had said that Papa would win easily. There is complete preparation for the match. On this, the father gave advice to get into the ring with full enthusiasm without panic. You are confident that victory will be yours.

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