Rio Olympics India: Vikas Krishan wants nothing less than gold

Vikas Krishan

After a comprehensive victory over his opponent in pre-quarterfinal, Indian boxer Vikas Krishan says he wants nothing less than a gold in the Rio Games.

Vikas stormed into the quarter-finals with a one-sided 3-0 win by unanimous decision against Onder Sipal of Turkey in the men’s 75kg middleweight bout. Now he feels that Uzbek Bektemir Melikuziev, 4 years younger than him is the only road block in the run for winning Gold medal in Olympics 2016. Vikas said that Uzbek Bektemir Melikuziev is the toughest contender in the group. Further he added that if he can defeat him then he will return home with a gold.

A former Youth Olympics and Youth World champion in 2014 and 2015 Doha World Championship silver medallist, Melikuziev had beaten Vikas at Asian Championship in Thailand last year.

Vikas we wish you all the best for today’s match and hope that with you India can open its account in Rio Olympics 2016.

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