Found August 06, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
There was one big exception, but the men followed the lead of the women in Olympic boxing Monday in being mostly controversy-free. In one division, the consensus gold medalist in waiting looks to be on the right path but could have a challenge or two ahead (lightweight), another division looks wide open (middleweight) and another division probably got itself a new favorite for gold.Every winner Monday is a newly-minted medalist, at minimum, just like the crew on Sunday and in the two days ahead.(Soonchul Han, left, after defeating Fazliddin Gaibnazarov; photo via the Olympics website)P.S. If you thought CNBC was going to carry this on delay, you weren't alone. But they didn't. If you're a big boxing fan, hope you have access to a stream from here on out. Lightweight - 60kg/132.2lbVasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine)-Felix Verdejo (Puerto Rico), 14-9: Verdejo is legit good. It's just that Lomachenko is so excellent he beats even good fighters by five points on the regular.Y...
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