Found July 29, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
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If I feared watching a ton of Olympic boxing as part of this Guardian deal could be a maddening chore because of the pitty-pat punching and scoring outrages -- OK, I did -- then day one of the London 2012 Games gave me courage. Day one on Saturday featured excellent action, very few questionable decisions despite an atrocious scoring system and two big wins for Team USA. Any video will have trouble staying up on YouTube, but if you missed it, do yourself a favor and make sure you track down the whole fight between U.S. middleweight Terrell Gausha and Andranik Hakobyan (pictured above), where (SPOILER ALERT) the American scored a dramatic comeback stoppage for the victory. You see some of the subjects we'll discuss in the headline. We'll discuss other things, too, like boxing vs. CSI, a boxing rules change of note and some info on what's going on at the top of two of the country's top boxing jurisdictions. And more. Quick JabsSo rapper 50 Cent is going to be a pro...
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