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Within the framework of the second competitive day of the 58th World Boxing Championship among military personnel in Moscow, eight representatives of the national team of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation entered the ring. Five of them continue to fight for the award, and the result of one fight must be reviewed.

Guard Private Konstantin Opolsky, Senior Lieutenant Hovik Hovhannisyan, Guard Private Daria Abramova and Warrant Officer Volodya Mnatsakanyan reached the quarterfinals of the World Military Championship, and Guard Private Dmitry Dvali reached the 1/8 finals. The result of the battle of Private Alexei Semykin will be revised.

Daria Abramova (up to 57 kg) defeated Zitora Turdibekova from Uzbekistan by unanimous decision.

Hovik Hovhannisyan (up to 56 kg) defeated Sobhan Sahri from Iran at the 1/8 final stage by a split decision (3: 2).

Konstantin Opolskiy (up to 60 kg) successfully passed the 1/8 finals, defeating Alex Massala Massala from DR Congo by unanimous decision.

Private Nune Asatryan (up to 60 kg), unfortunately, finished her performance at the quarterfinals after revising the result of the fight with Brazilian Beatrice Soares Freira.

Lieutenant Aleksey Mazur (up to 64 kg) lost by a split decision (2: 3) to Aitzhan Ashirkhan from Kazakhstan and failed to reach the quarterfinals.

Volodya Mnatsakanyan (up to 49 kg) defeated Seyran Yeghikyan by unanimous decision and reached the quarterfinals of the tournament.

Dmitry Dvali (up to 52 kg) defeated Fozilien Abdumurodov from Uzbekistan by split decision (3: 2) at the 1/16 final stage.

Private Alexei Semykin (up to 75 kg) by a split decision (3: 2) was stronger than Mahdi Sarbaz Bakhshaesh from Iran in the 1/8 finals of the World Military Championship. However, the opposing side has filed a protest, and the match will be reviewed on Tuesday.

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