MC Mary Kom’s exceptional 6th world title triumph has impelled her to the main position in the International Boxing Association’s (AIBA) most recent world rankings.
The minute Manipuri turned into the best fighter in big showdowns’ history when she asserted the 48kg class top distinctions in November a year ago in Delhi. In the refreshed rankings put out by AIBA, Mary Kom is set best of the diagrams in the load division with 1700 points.
The 36-year-old should hop to 51kg in quest for her 2020 Olympic dream as 48kg isn’t yet incorporated into the Games program.
The mother-of-three delighted in an outstanding 2018, getting gold decorations at the Commonwealth Games and a competition in Poland. She additionally won a silver at the lofty Strandja Memorial in Bulgaria.
Among different Indians, Pinki Jangra is put eighth in the 51kg classification list. Asian silver-medallist Manisha Maun holds a similar position in the 54kg classification.
Previous world silver-medallist Sonia Lather was put at the second spot in the 57kg division regardless of persevering through a frustrating 2018, amid which she completed award less at the Asian Games.
World bronze-medallist Simranjit Kaur (64kg), who was delegated the national boss a couple of days back, took the fourth position in her weight class. Following her was previous title holder L Sarita Devi at the sixteenth spot.
India Open gold-medallist and world bronze-victor Lovlina Borgohain took the fifth position in the 69kg classification.