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“Always A Champion”: Twitter Rallies Around Mary Kom After Olympics Exit

Former Sports Minister and incumbent Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju led a collection of encouraging messages on social media for boxing legend Mary Kom, who was knocked out of the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday. Mary Kom misplaced 2-Three to Ingrit Valencia within the pre-quarterfinals of ladies’s Fly (48-51kg) class. “Dear Mary Kom, you lost in Tokyo Olympics by just one point but for me you are always a champion! You have achieved what no other female boxer in the world has ever achieved. You are a legend,” wrote Rijiju in a tweet. “India is proud of you,” he wrote and added, “BOXING & OLYMPICS will miss you”. 

“We’ll come back Faster, Higher, #StrongerTogether,” tweeted Team India, the official deal with of Indian group for the Olympics.

“Mary Kom, you win every time a young girl picks up a pair of boxing gloves!” tweeted the official deal with of Tokyo2020 for India. 

Businessman Harsh Goenka wrote: “This Mary is no lamb, she is a true KOMbatter. #MaryKom may have lost today but she will continue to reign our hearts. We are proud of you.” 

Former India cricketer Yusuf Pathan and RP Singh additionally tweeted to hail Mary Kom. 

Indian Premier League groups Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings additionally posted their needs for the boxer from Manipur. 

“How graceful she was in defeat. She’ll forever be an inspiration,” wrote former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer.  

Mary Kom had stated earlier than the Games that Tokyo 2020 could be her final Olympics. 

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