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    Default Olympic Boxing - Tokyo

    Not seen any yet but just about to catch up with it on the red button.


    Schedule here

    https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/olym...nd-results.htm

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    Had it on as background when I last looked, but it's turned into badminton now!

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    Default Re: Olympic Boxing - Tokyo

    Anyone with a Sky Q box can get the Discovery + channel free for 12 months.
    They're showing loads of Olympic events

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    The Super Heavyweights should be good with 2 well seasoned fighters in GBs Frazer Clarke and the USA fighter Richard Torrez.
    Torrez is tipped for big things, he's only 22 and has only lost a few in about 150 fights beating hot prospect Jared Anderson on the way.

    Hopefully Frazer and Torrez will meet at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smashup View Post
    The Super Heavyweights should be good with 2 well seasoned fighters in GBs Frazer Clarke and the USA fighter Richard Torrez.
    Torrez is tipped for big things, he's only 22 and has only lost a few in about 150 fights beating hot prospect Jared Anderson on the way.

    Hopefully Frazer and Torrez will meet at some point.
    You mean this Torrez who got put to sleep? Americans have no talent above middleweight.

    Bigger man George, bigger punch!

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    Dayam....

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    Yeah the same Torrez as in the video is the fighter being tipped for big things,

    We all remember that KO which caused outrage 3 years ago

    The complete mismatch sparked a furious reaction among the boxing community, led by WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman.

    "Brutal and criminal to allow a professional boxer Jalolov from Russia with 6-0 as a pro to fight outclassed, outweighed and far smaller USA 20-year-old amateur Torrez AIBA world championship in Russia,” he tweeted.

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    Default Re: Olympic Boxing - Tokyo

    Quote Originally Posted by smashup View Post
    Not seen any yet but just about to catch up with it on the red button.


    Schedule here

    https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/olym...nd-results.htm
    I'll watch but then not sure how I will as they seem to only show rowing but I wish they would show all the sports. I disagree with pro boxers being allowed in.

    I think these pro's underestimate how good the top amateurs are. Look at Artur Beterbiev, he didn't turn pro until he was 28 and is seen as a monster in the light heavy division right now. But he was no were near the top amateur in his divisions.

    The likes of Keyshawn Davis is in for shock, if he things he can just go to Tokyo and pick a gold medal easy and run through the Kazaks, Uxbeq sor Cubans

    Pro fighters aren't active enough each round to keep up with the work-rate of top amateurs.
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