Originally written on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 9/9/14

CHICAGO - NOVEMBER 2: Raushee Warren (R) boxes Samir Mammadov of Azerbaijan during their semifinal bout in the 51kg division of the AIBA World Boxing Championships at the UIC Pavilion November 2, 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
Historically Bad Showing for United States Boxing The final two remaining men on the United States Olympic boxing team were in action on Friday afternoon during Day 7 of the London Olympics boxing competition. Flyweight Rau'shee Warren was looking to make a run to the medal stand, and Welterweight Errol Spence was looking to build on his strong first outing and continue advancing in the tournament. Things didn't turn out so well for them, and it will go down as the worst showing for the USA Olympic boxing team in history. First up on Friday afternoon for Team USA boxing was Rau'shee Warren. Warren is a three-time Olympian, a first ever for the United States in boxing, and was the team's strongest medal contender, coming off a first round by in the competition. He met France's Nordine Oubaali. Warren took a 9-6 lead after the first round, but seemed either to be complacent or sleepwalking in the second, allowing Oubaali to trim the margin to 1 point. The third session was easily fo...
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