Don't stop fighting for India at the Olympics without winning gold: Maricom.

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Attending an Olympic Games is a great dream for any athlete, and participating in those games is a win-win dream of any athlete. And if the athlete is a six-time world champion then there is no point. Likewise, Indian boxer Mary Kom, who is a six-time world champion, won the Olympic gold. Now Mary's less determined to make that dream a reality. Mary Kom said the fight would not stop until I could win the Olympic gold, the fight would continue.

Six-time world champion boxer Mary Kom won gold at the 2012 London Olympics, then the Manipuri boxer who failed to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics. But despite her disappointment, Mary Kom struggled to grit her teeth. Mary Kom has already received a permit at the Tokyo Olympics. That is why he says he is preparing for the highest level at the moment, saying he will not stop fighting until he can win gold at the Olympics.

The Corona virus has a huge impact on the world right now, with the Olympic Games a year behind. That's why 37-year-old Mary Kom said, “The Olympics will be a little difficult for me to fight in the ring after a year, but I will not stop fighting until I win gold for India.

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