ASBC President Mr. Anas Alotaiba congratulates to Mongolia’s Olympian Champion Mr. Enkhbat Badar-Uugan to his new appointment

The President of the Asian Boxing Confederation Mr. Anas Alotaiba and the whole ASBC management congratulates to Mongolia’s Olympic Champion Enkhbat Badar-Uugan who joined to the AIBA Champions and Veterans Committee. Besides to Kazakhstan’s Yermakhan Ibraimov, he can also support India’s Chairwoman Chungneijang Mary Kom Hmangte in the Committee’s work.

Mongolia’s star boxer Enkhbat Badar-Uugan was born in 1985 and he began his boxing career as a child in Ulaanbaatar. He won the 2003 and 2004 editions of the Mongolian National Championships which guaranteed his involvement to the national team.

He attended at the Green Hill Tournament in Pakistan which was the last option to qualify for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games but he could not succeed in that competition. He won the 2005 edition of the Mongolian National Championships and attended at the Mianyang AIBA World Boxing Championships in that year.

Mongolia’s Enkhbat Badar-Uugan competed in the Czech Republic and continued his participation and the European tour at the Ahmet Cömert Tournament in Turkey 2006. That international event is one of the strongest ones in the European continent and many of the best nations including Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Turkey, Philippines, South Korea, Mongolia attended in Istanbul where Badar-Uugan took a title.

Badar-Uugan won the gold at the 2006 FISU University World Boxing Championships and earned bronze at the Asian Games in Doha. The Mongolian youngster proved in 2006 that he arrived to the level of the best boxers at the bantamweight (54kg).

Badar-Uugan has done a strong breakthrough at the Chicago 2007 AIBA World Boxing Championships which was the first qualification event for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The 172cm tall Mongolian boxer had a great motivation in Chicago and moved ahead step by step in the event and finally claimed silver medal. Badar-Uugan qualified for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games with his silver medal in Chicago where he increased also Mongolia’s boxing image. The Beijing 2008 Olympic Games was his highlight during his boxing career where he achieved Mongolia’s lone title after beating five difficult opponents including Cuba’s Yankiel Leon in the final.

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