According to AIBA chart, Mary Kom ranked the Top-Grade Boxer in the World with splendid 1700 points

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According to AIBA chart, Mary Kom ranked the Top-Grade Boxer in the World with splendid 1700 points

We are on cloud nine, with the recent achievements that Indians have retained these days in the field of sports. Another big achievement is in the name of Mary Kom, the Indian Olympic Boxer who ranked first in the chart of AIBA with a total of 1700 points.

The ranking is updated and put forward by the AIBA, the International Boxing Association where the Indian Boxer stood first on the chart leaving all the ringsters behind.

To celebrate her happiness the entire nation is congratulating Mary for achieving such procurement in life, Priyanka Gupta from Women Welfare Association from Faridabad is among the first few people who came on to wish Mary for becoming the No. 1 Boxer in the World.

“Magnificent Mary’ Kom to become World No.1 in AIBA rankings. Heartiest congratulations on yet another milestone in your illustrious career, MC Mary Kom! You are truly an inspiration to every girl and woman who dares to dream.”

After her recent performance in the past Asian Games of 2018, she has become a great successful boxer champion creating history. Till now Mary has an achievement of six gold and one silver in the tournament.

The earlier year has been phenomenal for her and along with the entire nation, the President of India send her a heartfelt message for her tremendous playing in Asian Games.

“Congratulations Mary Kom, an icon of Manipur and of India, for winning the Women’s World Boxing Championship for the sixth time. May this moment inspire our girl-children to aspire, to attempt and to achieve.”

Even this year has kickstarted with great zeal and news of happiness. She was honored to be on the first cover of Femina India 2019.

The 36 years old Mary is not just a great boxer but also her personal front is great to discuss, the mother-of-three has managed her both worlds happily.

Kudos to the woman and we wish her to achieve more and more success in life and break many such records.

Published by Shifa Naz on 10 Jan 2019

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