Indian boxer MC Mary Kom has questioned his bout decision after his dream of winning an Olympic medal was shattered. Mary Kom has questioned the umpires, the International Boxing Federation and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for the loss. He said that the decision of the Boxing Task Force is very bad.
In an interview given to news agency PTI, Mary Kom has made it clear that she is not in a mood to say goodbye to the game. She said that I will take a break, spend time with family. But I am not leaving the game. If there is a tournament, I will continue and try my luck. Read what Mary Kom said on her defeat…
After it was revealed on social media that she
lost to Colombian boxer Ingrit Valencia in the pre-quarterfinals, Mary Kom said that I was happy inside the ring after the match. When I came out, I was still happy. I knew I had won. I knew this when they were taking me for doping. I was told by my coach Chhote Lal Yadav that I lost. I saw Kiren Rijiju’s tweet. That tweet convinced me I was lost. I won 2 out of 3 rounds. Then how did I lose?
I am not able to understand the decision at all, she has said that I do not understand this decision at all. Don’t know what is wrong, what is the problem with IOC and Task Force. I was also a member of the task force. I also used to give them suggestions and support them for a clean match. But, what did he do to me?
The worst thing is that cannot be
protested, Mary Kom said, ‘I have defeated this boxer twice. I couldn’t believe the referee had raised his hand. I swear I didn’t even realize I was defeated, I was so confident. The worst part is that the verdict cannot be reviewed and protested, otherwise I would have done so.
Mary Kom said, “To be honest, I’m sure the world has seen. Whatever the referees did, it’s just too much. I should have won the second round unanimously, so how was it 3-2? One minute Or an athlete loses everything within a second. What happened is unfortunate. I am disappointed with the judges’ decision.