Rohit Tokas vs Stephen Zimba, Commonwealth Games 2022 Men's Boxing: LIVE Streaming, When and Where to Watch, Schedule, Results

Boxer Rohit Tokas will be up against Zambia's Stephen Zimba in the semi-final of the Men's welterweight in the Commonwealth Games 2022.

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Boxer Rohit Tokas notched up a clinical performance against Xavier Mata’afa-Ikinofo to advance to the semi-final of the Birmingham 2022. He secured a comfortable victory against the Niue boxer, winning by 5-0 in the quarter-final of the men’s welterweight. The 29-year-old’s attacking and strategic game-play proved to be too strong for the opponent from Niue. Having won the quarters, the pugilist has ensured a medal for his country in the ongoing edition of the CWG.

However, Rohit will be aiming for a Gold in the mega event after losing to World Championships and Tokyo Olympics berth due to prolonged injuries. The boxer from Delhi will take on Stephen Zimba in his semi-final round. Stephen defeated Isaac Owen Kibira of Uganda by 5-0 in the quarters. He represented Zambia in the same weight class at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

Rohit Tokas vs Stephen Zimba, Commonwealth Games 2022 Men’s Boxing: 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.

Rohit Tokas vs Stephen Zimba, Commonwealth Games 2022 Men’s Boxing: What is the schedule for the contest?

The Semi-final bout between Rohit Tokas and Stephen Zimba is expected to start from 12:30 am onwards (IST) on August 7, 2022.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Boxing: What are the previous results of the Indian Contingent in Boxing?

Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal, Mohammed Hussamuddin, Nitu Ghanghas, Jaismine, and Sagar Ahlawat have assured medals in Boxing by entering the semi-finals. Nikhat produced a dominating 5-0 victory against Helen Jones of Wales. Hussamuddin beat Namibia’s Tryagain Ndevelo 4-1 in a split decision. 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.




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