Mohammed Hussamuddin vs Joseph Commey, Commonwealth Games 2022 Men's Boxing: LIVE Streaming, When and Where to Watch, Schedule, Results

Mohammed Hussamuddin confirmed a medal for India in boxing after reaching the semis of the men’s flyweight division.

Mohammed Hussamuddin (Picture Credits- @hussamuddin56/Instagram)

Mohammed Hussamuddin confirmed a medal for India in boxing after reaching the semis of the men’s flyweight division. He kept his calm to emerge victorious against Ndevelo Tryagain Morning in a split verdict of 4-1. The boxer from Nizamabad had a shaky beginning but took the lead by a narrow margin of 3-2 in the first round. However, he managed to keep his composure in the second and third rounds and earned a place in the semis. Hussamuddin won a bronze medal at the Gold Coast in2018. In the semi-final encounter, the pugilist will face Ghana’s Joseph Commey on August 6. The 19-year-old Joseph got past Namibia’s Alex Mukuka via a unanimous decision in the quarter-final.

Mohammed Hussamuddin vs Joseph Commey, Commonwealth Games 2022 Men’s Boxing: LIVE Streaming, Where to Watch

The live coverage of the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be available on different networks across the world. In the Indian subcontinent, it will be telecast LIVE from Birmingham on Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3, Sony SIX, and Sony TEN 4. The live streaming will be available on the Sony LIV app or website. Elsewhere, BBC will telecast LIVE in the United Kingdom, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in Canada, Seven Network in Australia, Sky NZ in New Zealand, Mediacorp in Singapore, S4C in Wales, and ESPN in the USA.

Mohammed Hussamuddin vs Joseph Commey, Commonwealth Games 2022 Men’s Boxing: What is the schedule for the contest?

The semi-final match of Men’s featherweight between Mohammed Hussamuddin and Joseph Commey will take place at around 11:30 pm IST on August 6, 2022.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Boxing: What are the previous results for the Indian boxers?

Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal, Nitu Ghanghas, Jaismine, Sagar Ahlawat and Rohit Tokas have assured medals in Boxing by entering the semi-finals. Nikhat produced a dominating 5-0 victory against Helen Jones of Wales. Nitu Ghanghas assured India’s first medal in boxing as she got past Nicole Clyde in the quarters. Young Jaismine won her quarter-final bout with a 4-1 split verdict over New Zealand’s Troy Garton. Sagar got past Keddy Evans in a unanimous decision. Rohit earned a comprehensive 5-0 win over Xavier Mata’afa-Ikinofo of Niue in the men’s 67kg quarters.




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