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Oleksandr Usyk of Ukraine won the heavyweight gold medal in the Olympic boxing tournament on Saturday night, edging Italy's Clemente Russo 14-11.
Usyk is just the third Olympic boxing gold medalist in Ukraine's history, joining Wladimir Klitschko and Vasyl Lomachenko.
Usyk broke open an even bout heading to the third round, punishing Russo with big shots. The 6-foot-3 Ukrainian bruiser then put on an astonishingly nimble dancing display to celebrate his win in the center of the ring.
The Ukrainian team will lead the Olympic field with five boxing medals. Lomachenko will fight for his second Olympic gold Sunday.
Russo won his second straight Olympic silver medal.
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Oleksandr Usyk of Ukraine won the heavyweight gold medal in the Olympic boxing tournament on Saturday night, outlasting Italy's Clemente Russo 14-11. The Ukrainian— who sported one of the most interesting haircuts (half a Mohawk?) at the London Games— literally danced his way around the center of the ring after being announced as the winner. Usyk's astonishingly nimble...
the other paper reports Oleksandr Usyk of the Ukraine won the heavyweight gold medal in the Olympic boxing tournament last night. And then he broke out the little kicks.
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There might not have been a more excited person at the 2012 Summer Olympic games than Ukrainian boxer Olkesandr Usyk.Usyk took home heavyweight gold at the Olympics and during his final two victories, Usyk decided to celebrate his wins with some awesome dance moves.Check them out in the below compilation along with his half mohawk:
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