Asian Wrestling Championships: Ravi Dahiya wins gold, defeats Kazakhstan wrestler unilaterally in final

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Ravi Dahiya in Asian Wrestling Championships: India has achieved great success in the 57 kg men’s weight category of the Asian Wrestling Championships. Indian wrestler Ravi Dahiya has won gold here. He defeated Kazakhstan’s Kalzan Rakhat 12-2 one-sidedly in the final match. With this, Ravi has become the first Indian to win the Asian Wrestling Championship thrice. He had captured gold in this event in the year 2020 and 2021 as well.

Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Ravi Dahiya was seen lagging first in all his wrestling matches in this tournament, but every time he made a strong comeback and dodged his opposition wrestlers. In the final match, the Kazakhstan wrestler initially took the lead on Ravi. After this he started defending his lead. Initially, he was not allowing Ravi to make any bets, but Ravi intensified his attack and took 6 consecutive points one after the other to beat the opposition wrestler 12-2.

Bajrang Punia missed gold
Another hope of India in the Asian Wrestling Championship was from Bajrang Punia but he lost the gold medal match. In the 65 kg weight category, he was defeated by Iran’s Rahman 3-1. Bajrang had to be content with the silver medal.

Gaurav Baliyan has a chance to win gold
India also has a chance to win gold in the 79 kg men’s category. Here Gaurav Baliyan is in the final for India. At the same time, in the 97 kg weight category, India’s Satyavart will be seen fighting for the bronze medal.

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