Update news boxing

Boxer Tam wins second Asian title

Giant-killer Nguyen Thi Tam won her second continental title after winning at the ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships on November 11 in Amman, Jordan.

Local female boxer qualifies for 2022 Asian Elite Boxing Championships

Vietnamese female boxer Nguyen Thi Tam has earned a place in the semi-finals of the 2022 Asian Elite Boxing Championships which is currently taking place in Jordan.

IBF Asian champion Quan to defend belt against Baconaje in December

Asia lightweight International Boxing Federation champion Dinh Hong Quan will defend his belt against Arnel Baconaje of the Philippines on December 10.

IBF Asia champion Quân to spar with undefeated Falcao in HCMC

Falcao is undefeated with 30 wins, 20 coming via knockout. Quân, 24, has a record of nine wins (four knockouts), one draw and one loss.

Tran Van Thao becomes first Vietnamese IBA champion

Tran Van Thao won the International Boxing Association (IBA) belt after overcoming Andrew Laurio of the Philippines, marking a significant milestone in his career and Vietnamese boxing as a whole by becoming the nation’s first IBA champion.

Vietnamese champions in first pro bouts since winning belts

WBA Asia champions Truong Dinh Hoang and Le Huu Toan of Vietnam will compete at 'LEAD: The Beginning' on October 1 in HCM City.

Nhi falls short in her quest to become Việt Nam’s first unified champion

However, a unification bout against Yokasta ’Yoka’ Valle, a Costa Rican native holding the International Boxing Federation (IBF) world champion belt, would be a much sterner test.

Toan hits boxing milestone with WBA Asia title

Boxer Tran Le Huu Toan opens a new chapter in his career with a WBA Asia belt. He hopes it will provide a strong launch pad for his professional boxing career.

VN boxer wins WBA Asia Championship 2022

Vietnamese boxer Le Huu Toan on March 20 outplayed his Thai opponent Kitidech Hirunsuk after 12 rounds, winning the WBA Asia Championship title in the minimum weight division.

Freedom of choice: Female athletes in ‘masculine’ sports

Vietnam’s sport sector has exerted efforts and reaped successful results over the years, with numerous titles earned by female athletes competing in rigorous combat sports or others that require strength and stamina.


Local boxer to face off against Thai rival in HCM City event

Vietnamese boxer Tran Van Thao is scheduled to take on Phayom Boonrueang of Thailand on December 19 at a professional tournament held at Trigger Boxing Club in Ho Chi Minh City.

Tam, Vy to fight for Vietnam at world titles in Turkey

Nguyen Thi Tam and Vuong Thi Vy will represent Vietnam at the World Women's Boxing Championship in Turkey next month.

Vietnamese female boxer to fight for WBO's world belt in RoK

Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Thu Nhi will compete for the World Boxing Organisation (WBO)'s world belt in the Republic of Korea in October, Thanh Nien (Young People) Newspaper has reported.

Hanoi women's boxing hopeful in the spotlight as Olympics draw closer

Boxing coach Nguyen Nhu Cuong is very happy that his dream of having Hanoi female boxers win places in the Olympics has come true.

From small teen to “natural born killer”: A Vietnamese boxer’s journey to Tokyo Olympics

Boxer Nguyen Van Duong is proud to be heading to Tokyo next year after defeating the renowned Chatchai-decha Butdee from Thailand in the Olympics qualifiers in Jordan in March, 

Boxing coach Thanh can’t wait to face Olympic challenge

After about 16 years in and around the sport, Thanh has made many ‘firsts’ and the national head coach is looking for more challenges.

International boxing championship to start in HCM City

Boxing fans in Vietnam will get to see fierce battles as part of the WBO Oriental Youth Title Match that will take place at the Cocky Buffalo Gym, HCM City on Sunday.

Vietnam sports contingent pledges utmost determination at 17th Asiad

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnamese sports delegation to the 17th Asian Games will do their utmost to bring home glory, stated head of the General Department of Sports and Physical Training, Vuong Bich Thang,