India’s greatest boxer, Mary Kom, who won the world title for the sixth time, said that her goal is to win a gold medal in the Olympics now. In the recently held world championship held in Delhi, Mary kom, 36, won his sixth gold medal and became the most successful boxer in history in the tournament with a total of seven medals. I won the bronze medal in the 2012 medal in the Olympics but I dream of winning the gold medal. I am very happy to win the championship because it strengthens my morale.
My eyes are at the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. To give my country a gold medal, I will work hard twice or three times. Mary kom won the world title in 48kg category but in the Olympics he will have to play in 51kg category. Central Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi, who was present during the function at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, appreciated Mary Kom. He has won six world titles and we are happy that he swore the children present here that they will maintain honesty and sports spirit in any sport.
Mary Kom said that due to disciplined training he is always ready to fight. Asked whether he will make some changes while keeping the Olympics in mind, the Manipur’s boxer said that he will talk to his coach and the Indian Boxing Federation to prepare the plan. Mary Kom ‘will talk to my coach, BFI, SAI (Sports Authority of India). We are already getting some good facilities and this time we are expecting good results.