(FILES) In this June 25, 2010 photograph, four-time female world boxing champion Mary Kom (R) of India applauds compatrioote and Olympic bronze medalist Vijender Singh (C) as he holds the Queen's ... more 
(FILES) In this June 25, 2010 photograph, four-time female world boxing champion Mary Kom (R) of India applauds compatrioote and Olympic bronze medalist Vijender Singh (C) as he holds the Queen's Baton for the 2010 Commonwealth Games at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border near Amritsar, as the baton enters India one hundred days before the start of the Delhi Commonwealth Games 2010. One day remaining until the Games, Indian boxing talisman Vijender Singh spearheads the home nation's hopes for Commonwealth Games medals but the country's fighters face tough opposition. The 24-year-old middleweight became a national hero when he won bronze in Beijing in 2008, giving India its first boxing Olympic medal and boosting the sport's popularity across the country .AFP PHOTO/NARINDER NANU (Photo credit should read NARINDER NANU/AFP/Getty Images) less 
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