Tam faced a formidable opponent in the 50kg semifinal on Thursday: Lkhadiri Wassila of France, who has won the French championship seven times and collected two bronze medals in European competition. Despite the odds, Tam put up a spirited fight and emerged victorious, securing a spot in the final.

Tam emerged victorious in the first round, delivering a hail of punches from both left and right. The combination of straight punches and hooks proved to be too much for Tam’s opponent!

She lost the second round when Wassila adapted to her attacks.

Tam kept her distance in the final round in order to avoid any potential attacks from Wassila. By ensuring a safe distance between them, Tam was able to protect herself and her chances of winning the competition.

She effectively threw three punches and three hooks from the right arm at the end of the round, convincing four of the five coaches to name her the winner.

The victory has made Tam the first-ever Vietnamese boxer to advance to a world final.

This marked the first time ever that a Vietnamese female boxer has won a medal at the global event.

The best achievement of Vietnamese boxing in the world arena was when female boxer Nguyen Thi Huong achieved a historic feat by winning the bronze medal in the 81kg weight class at the 2019 Women’s World Boxing Championship. This was the first time ever that a Vietnamese female boxer had earned a medal at the prestigious global competition, making it a momentous occasion for the entire nation. Huong’s success has inspired a new generation of female boxers in Vietnam and given hope to aspiring athletes in the country.

In the final, which will take place at 7:30 pm (Vietnam time) on Sunday, Tam will fight Zareen Nikhat of India, who won the championship in the 52kg category last year.

The 2023 International Boxing Association (IBA) Women’s World Boxing Championship is scheduled to be held in New Delhi, India from March 15 to 26. The event will provide a unique opportunity for female boxers from around the world to showcase their skills and compete for the ultimate prize. Fans from across the globe are set to witness some of the best female boxers in the world in action. This is the first time that India is hosting the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship, and it promises to be an electrifying atmosphere. All eyes will be on the competitors as they battle it out in the ring for the championship title. The event is sure to be an exciting and memorable one for all involved.

The winner of a gold medal will receive a cash prize of US$100,000, while those awarded a silver medal will be given $50,000, and the bronze medalists will be rewarded with $25,000.

Vietnam’s Tam has secured herself a minimum of a silver medal.

Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest news about Vietnam!

Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Tam made history on Thursday, becoming the first Vietnamese pugilist to compete in a world championship final. After a thrilling 4-1 victory in the semifinals of the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in India, Tam is now just one win away from claiming the title.

Tam, a reigning world champion, faced a tough test against Lkhadiri Wassila, who has an impressive record of success. The French opponent has won the French championship seven times and earned two bronze medals in Europe. On Thursday, the two battled it out in the 50kg semifinal, with Tam coming out on top. Despite the challenge, the reigning world champion was able to prevail and advance to the next round.

Tam triumphed in the first round with a flurry of powerful straight punches and hooks delivered from both left and right.

She lost the second round when Wassila adapted to her attacks.

Tam kept her distance in the final round in order to avoid potential attacks from her opponent, Wassila. By maintaining a safe distance, she was better able to protect herself and ensure a successful outcome.

She energetically threw three punches and three hooks with her right arm at the end of the round, convincingly prompting four of the five coaches to declare her the victor.

The victory has made Tam the first-ever Vietnamese boxer to advance to a world final.

This was the first time that a Vietnamese boxer had ever achieved a world championship medal and marked a major milestone in the history of the sport in Vietnam.

The best achievement of Vietnamese boxing in the world arena was when female boxer Nguyen Thi Huong earned a bronze medal in the 81kg weight class at the 2019 Women’s World Boxing Championship. This incredible feat marked the first time a Vietnamese boxer had ever won a world championship medal, making it an extraordinary landmark in the history of the sport in Vietnam.

In the final, taking place at 7:30 PM (Vietnam time) on Sunday, Tam will face Zareen Nikhat from India, the reigning champion in the 52kg category from last year.

The 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship is set to take place in New Delhi, India from March 15 to 26. This event marks a historic moment for the sport, as it brings together the best female boxers from around the globe to compete in the ring. Participants will fight for medals in various weight classes, with the tournament organizers striving to ensure fair play and an enjoyable experience for all involved. Furthermore, the event will be broadcast across multiple platforms, giving fans the chance to follow the action from the comfort of their homes. With such an exciting tournament ahead, it promises to be an unforgettable experience for everyone involved!

The winner of a gold medal is awarded a cash prize of US$100,000, while silver and bronze medalists are rewarded with $50,000 and $25,000, respectively.

Vietnam’s Tam Hồng has guaranteed herself at least a silver medal.

Stay up to date with the latest news about Vietnam by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter!