Found August 03, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
The evening session of the seventh day of competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games saw the final eight bouts of second round of preliminaries for the Men's Flyweight (52kg) and Welterweight (69kg) categories. The atmosphere was red-hot with eight adrenaline fueled contests lighting up the ExCeL arena. Credit: AIBA USA Team captain and third seed Raushee Warren, now a three-time Olympian, got the Flyweight (52kg) action underway as he faced Nordine Oubaali from France. It was fast and furious straight from the off between the two electric southpaws. Trading punches throughout, these two talented boxers were not giving each other an inch. Two superb left hooks by the experienced Warren saw him edge the first round. Oubaali came back strong and went on the attack in the second. Although the American's slick counter-punches were doing damage early on, the Frenchman's jabs began penetrating his rival's defences. His hook also connected several times and Oubaali cla...

USA boxing results day 7: Warren & Spence lose, men’s team completely eliminated

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...
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