Interview with Dorjnyambuu Otgondalai
Mongoliaâ€™s Dorjnyambuu Otgondalai focusing to the gold in Doha
Dorjnyambuu Otgondalai won the gold medal at the Incheon 2014 Asian Games as first Mongolian boxer in the history of that multisport event and repeated that strong performance in the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships in Bangkok, Thailand where he could defeat all of his rivals at the Lightweight class (60 kg). He has been preparing with full speed to the Doha 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championships where he is among the favourites in the strong weight class.
â€œI have been preparing to the Doha 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championships since the Bangkok event and of course my expectation is the gold medal in Qatar. I am also expecting clear judgment and fair in the bouts Doha 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championships where I will try to get an Olympic quota to Rio de Janeiro. I think boxing is a brave sport where you can use many skills to win a bout against your rival that is why I like this combat sport.
I had 17 hours of training in a week since the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships and developed some of my tactical and technical skills but this is secret into what I focused in the preparations. I have got Mongolian sparring partners such as ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships bronze medallist Javkhlan Bariadi and experienced Batkhuu Otgonchuluun in the preparation.
I think after the hard trainings I have got chance to accomplish my target in the Doha 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championships. I believe that the hard trainings make me powerful in the upcoming tournament. Who is my main rival in Doha? I think all the boxers are my strong rivals because they all qualified to the championships from various confederation events,â€ said Mongoliaâ€™s No.1 and best hope for a top result Dorjnyambuu Otgondalai.