Asian Games – Hero of Day7 – DPR Korea’s Pang Chol Mi
The Asian Boxing Confederation’s project the Hero of the Day will be published after each competition day during the boxing tournament of the Asian Games where the competition turned into its final stage.
Following Turkmenistan’s rising star Hursand Imankuliyev and South Korea’s two-time ASBC Asian Women’s Champion Oh Yeon Ji, Mongolia’s flyweight (52kg) boxer Gan-Erdene Gankhuyag, Thailand’s Chatchai Butdee and Philippines’ Rogen Ladon and Philippines’ Carlo Paalam, a strong woman boxer DPR Korea’s Pang Chol Mi became the Hero of Day7.
DPR Korea’s Pang Chol Mi was born in Jongju, Phongyan Province on August 26 in 1994 and began boxing at the age of 12 and trains with coach Pak Chol Jun. The North Korean flyweight (51kg) boxer was joined to the national top team in the end of 2016 and since then she proved that she is one of the best woman talent in the whole globe.
The Ulaanbaatar Box Cup winner Pang lost to Vietnam’s Nguyen Thi Tam in the final of the Ho Chi Minh City 2017 ASBC Asian Confederation Women’s Boxing Championships and she did a classical revenge in the semi-final of the Asian Games. The North Korean boxer followed her tactic well and this time she was better than her Vietnamese opponent.
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