Found August 12, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
On Sunday, the final day of Olympics boxing action was held at the ExCel in London. Five more gold medals were at stake, with sensational matches lined up such as the Super Heavyweight showdown between Roberto Cammerelle of Italy and Anthony Joshua of Great Britain. Great Britain was also represented by Freddie Evans, while defending Val Barker Cup winner Vasyl Lomachenko from Ukraine was going for gold as well. Right here, find the complete wrap-up to the men's Olympic boxing competition and the results of all 5 remaining gold medal matches. ----> See Saturday's Gold medal results here In the first fight of the session, 18-year-old Cuban Robeisy Ramirez was in action against Mongolia's Tugstogt Nyambayar. The Mongolian started the bout well, and looked sturdier and more composed. However, Ramirez was clearly the slicker and more athletic of the two. While it appeared he got a bit of favorable scoring, in the second and third rounds, he won the decision 17-14 to take...
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