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British boxers win on wacky night

After four fairly orderly days at the Olympics, perhaps the wacky world of amateur boxing was overdue for an eventful night. An Iranian heavyweight received a curious disqualification, a Japanese boxer protested a strange loss to a pratfalling bantamweight from Azerbaijan, and two British fighters delighted the home crowd with narrow victories Wednesday night. Iran's Ali Mazaheri...
Via Fox Sports
August 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Teddy Atlas applauds Iranian fighter leaving ring in protest

Teddy Atlas, NBC's resident Olympic boxing expert and television analyst has been critical of the boxing judges throughout the 2012 London Games but went ballistic on the referee after Iran's Ali Mazaheri was disqualified during the Men's (91kg) Round of 16 against Cuba's Jose Larduet Gomez in the first round. Mazaheri (blue) was so angry at his DQ, he refused to...
Via The Other Paper
August 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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