Youth Olympic Champion Abdumalik Khalakov won his next contest in the national event and showed his summersaults once again which is his victory celebration. Experienced boxers at the middleweight (75kg) as Odiljon Aslonov and Akmalbek Kosimov won key contests on Day4.
The number of the boxers is more than 300 in the Uzbekistan Elite National Championships including 85 female and 248 male boxers in Tashkent. The most popular categories in the national event are the men’s lightweight (60kg) and men’s light welterweight (63kg) where the number of participating boxers are more than 40.
Boxers who were born between 1980 and 2003 are eligible to attend in the Uzbekistan Elite National Championships where the venue is the Universal Sport Complex in Tashkent. Altogether 20 champions including ten female boxers will be crowned in the Uzbekistan Elite National Championships.
Gulasal Sultonalieva of Namangan impressed in the last edition of the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships and the 21-year-old light flyweight (48kg) boxer secured her place in the next round after beating Samarkand’s Anisa Haydarova. Raykhona Kodirova was near to get the Olympic quota at the Asian & Oceanian Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event therefore she was too strong for younger Gulim Urazimbetova of Karakalpakstan at the women’s lightweight (60kg).
Youth Olympic Games winner and AIBA Youth World Champion Abdumalik Khalakov is one of the most technician boxers in the whole world who defeated Namangan’s Sanjarbek Usmonjonov in the next round of the lightweight (60kg). One of his main rivals could be Jakarta 2018 Asian Games silver medallist 22-year-old Shunkor Abdurasulov who defeated another ASBC medallist boxer Murodjon Kosimov in the fourth competition day.
Asadkhudja Muydinkhodjayev achieved amazing junior and youth results and he was involved to the elite national team’s training sessions at the age of 18 in 2019. The 19-year-old talent had a strong opening fight in the national event but in the second stage of boxing he used his strength in the first round. He stopped Ferghana’s Husanboy Mamarozikov in a one-sided bout and the referee confirmed his RSC triumph.
Samarkand’s Fanat Kakhramonov represented Uzbekistan at the middleweight (75kg) in the Asian & Oceanian Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event and at the Yekaterinburg 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships. The 24-year-old boxer is strong but he had to do his very best against Andizhan’s Khavasbek Asadullayev in a hectic contest. ASBC Asian Junior Champion Login Petrov also won his difficult bout in that weight class but survived the dangerous moments against Abdulaziz Abdupattayev. The defending champion of the middleweight (75kg) Odiljon Aslonov of Bukhara is a well-experienced international level boxer who controlled all of the three rounds against Otabek Turdikhodjayev in his next contest. Another veteran boxer former AIBA Youth World Champion Akmalbek Kosimov eliminated a younger hope, Temurbek Sadullayev on Day4. The young talents of this weight category as Navo Tamazov and 18-year-old Nurislom Ismoilov both won their narrow battles.