CWG 2022: India’s Mohammed Hussamuddin settles for bronze after losing 57kg men’s featherweight semifinal


In the semi-finals of the 57 kg featherweight men in boxing, Mohammed Hussamuddin of India had to settle for bronze after losing 1-4 to Ghanaian Joseph Commey on Day 9 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. This is his second consecutive CWG medal.

Hussamuddin had previously defeated Tryagain Morning Ndevelo of Namibia in a 4-1 split verdict to advance to the semi-finals.

The 28-year-old from Nizamabad had already won bronze in Gold Coast four years ago. He had to work hard for the win, because it was a hard-fought battle that could have gone either way.

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Speaking of Mohammed Hussamuddin, he had won a bronze medal at the first India International Open boxing championship in New Delhi.

His father and brothers, Ahteshamuddin and Aitesamuddin, have also represented India at international boxing events.



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