Six-time world champion MC Mary Kom and millions of Indians were disappointed on Thursday at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Mary Kom, a strong contender for India’s medal this time, lost 2-3 to Rio Olympic bronze medalist Ingrid Valencia in the quarter-finals. India’s greatest boxer Mary Kom may not win a medal this time, but she has won the hearts of millions of people with her attitude and winning attitude. The name of former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer is also included in the list.
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Jafar has been fiercely praised after losing Mary Kom. She tweeted and wrote, ‘proud of India’s daughter! Well done. ‘Not only Zafar, but also Bollywood actor Ranip Hooda has praised him,’ Kya Fight Ladi Hai Champ. Thank you so much for entertaining us. The heart was broken. ‘
At the same time, Union Minister VK Singh shared a post for Mary Kom. In it he wrote, ‘The hearts of Indians and Mary Kom are broken! Even if you have fought well, your grace and positivity will make you not only a famous athlete but also an ambassador for the sport and India. Always proud of you! ‘
You are still an inspiration to every Indian, yet accept defeat as a true champion pic.twitter.com/DQs5rppVpB
– Indian Lion (@ Bharatmay83) July 29, 2021
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Mary Kom lost the match despite winning two of the three rounds. After the match, 38-year-old Mary Kom said, “I don’t know what happened. We both tried to imagine each other’s strategy in the first round and then I won both rounds.” The Indian boxers fell to 1-4 in the first round, with four out of five judges judging by Valencia by 10-9. Over the next two rounds, three out of five judges decided in favor of Mary Kom but the overall score was still in favor of Valencia.