‘Nervous’ Frese off and away to winning start at qualifiers
Thailand’s Nick Frese is asserted the champion against Jose Mana of Guatemala.
Thai-Nederlander Nick Frese cruised in to the second round from the boxing qualification tournament for that 2016 Rio Olympic games in Baku on Friday.
Within the first round from the middleweight (75kg) class, the 21-year-old Frese had little trouble in fighting Jose Mana of Guatemala 30-27, 30-27, 30-27 in the last qualifying event for that Olympics in August.
“I had been a little excited and nervous but am pleased to have won my first fight from the tournament,” Frese stated.
“I’d trouble following a coach’s instructions within this fight. I’ll do my favorite within the second round and keep to the strategy.Inch
Frese will require on Leon Chartoi of Norway, who had a first-round bye, within the second round tomorrow.
If he seals a final-32 round victory over Chartoi, Frese will face either Abdulridha Waheed of Iraq or third seeded Xhek Paskali of Germany within the last 16.
Meanwhile, light-flyweight Kaew Pongprayoon, 36, was because of start his campaign to have an Olympic ticket against Ali Shakir of Iraq yesterday.
Pachanya Longchin seemed to be scheduled to defend myself against Hakan Erseker, the 3rd seed from Qatar, within the second round from the 60kg division.
Pachanya, popularly known within the Kick Boxing circles as Superbank Mor Rattanabandit, had won his first round bout 3- (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) against David Gauthier of Canada on Thursday.
Pachanya is making his third make an effort to entitled to the Olympic games after failing to really make it with the World Titles in Qatar and also the Asian qualifying tournament in China.
Kaew is trying to secure a location in the Olympic games after claiming the silver medal at London 2012, where he lost towards the China’s Zou Shiming within the final.
He’s been get yourself ready for the big event for just a couple of several weeks and faces a difficult route to Rio. Only finalists in Kaew’s 49kg category will entitled to the Games in the Baku qualifiers.
Flyweight (52kg) Tanes Ongjanta may be the 4th Thai fighter in Baku seeking a location within the 2016 Rio Games.