Shiva Thapa (60kg) won a place in India’s boxing team for the Asian Games after winning in the trials, while Sarjubala Devi clinched the 51kg spot in the women's squad -- a category that was thrown open after M C Mary Kom pulled out of the equation due to a shoulder problem.
Most of the team was finalised without trials, based on performances in the international tournaments and the national camp, but the men's 60kg and 64kg and the women's 51kg division were decided following trials in Delhi on Friday.
Shiva, a former World bronze and three-time Asian medallist, defeated Commonwealth Games silver-medallist Manish Kaushik.
Sarjubala got the better of former Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Pinki Jangra.
In the men's 64kg category, National champion Dheeraj Rangi defeated Rohit Tokas.
"All the results were one-sided. The winners claimed unanimous victories and there was no doubt in anybody's mind who had clinched the bouts," said a coach who was present at the trials.
The rest of the squad was picked on expected lines despite some discontent over denial of a trial in a few weight categories.
The most notable among the men was the 69kg division in which two-time CWG medallist Manoj Kumar was picked ahead of Mandeep Jangra, who was India's lone gold medallist at the recent Ulaanbaatar Cup in Mongolia.
Jangra has been vocal in expressing his displeasure over not being given a trial.
However, Boxing Federation of India president Ajay Singh defended the selection process.
"Selection committee went through a rigorous selection process which was transparent and all boxers were given opportunities to perform. The squad has been finalised after minute deliberation of the performances each of the boxers showed and based on the criteria set for the selection process," Singh said.
"I am confident that the squad which is a mix of experience and youth is the best possible we could have sent. I wish them all the best," he added.
Among the women, Mary Kom had made it clear at the Commonwealth Games itself that she would be opting out of the Asiad to rest and recuperate after a gruelling season. The five-time World champion had competed in four tournaments in the space of six months, claiming three gold medals and a silver.
The 35-year-old, who won gold in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, is expected to be back in action at the World Championships to be held in New Delhi in November.
Men: Amit Panghal (49kg), Gaurav Solanki (52kg), Mohammed Hussamuddin (56kg), Shiva Thapa (60kg), Dheeraj Rangi (64kg), Manoj Kumar (69kg), Vikas Krishan (75kg).
Women: Sarjubala Devi (51kg), Sonia Lather (57kg), Pavitra (60kg).