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    Serafim Todorov, Serik Sapiyev, Sergey Vodopyanov, Gaidarbek Gaidarbekov, Mihai Nistor, Magomedrasul Majidov, Clemento Russo all have NOT turned professional.

    Only 5-10% of the best Amateurs from Europe turn pro, and that that 5-10% is DOMINATING.

    Black Americans get their asses beat up in the amateurs, then get everything handed onto them on a plate in a pros.. they ALL turn pro.. 100% of them.. They have the TV deals, promoter deals.Black american privlege/ etc everything on a plate Yet they still get their asses beat up in the pros by the small number of Europeans that get the opportunity to turn pro haha

    Can you imagine if every European amateur turned pro. You'd rarely ever see a black world champion if that happened lol
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    Oleksandr Khyzhniak just beat Troy Isley 4-1 in the semis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flakka View Post
    Oleksandr Khyzhniak just beat Troy Isley 4-1 in the semis.
    Yet Isley will get the big pro contract from the powerful Western promoter replete with all of the A side advantages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Eggs View Post
    Yet Isley will get the big pro contract from the powerful Western promoter replete with all of the A side advantages.
    The other American in the semis, Freudis Rojas got beaten by Ikboljon Kholdarov from Uzbekistan. Uzbek boxers are good, Andre Ward needed a gift against Haydarov in the Olympic semi final.

    The Dusmatov - Argilagos fight is going to be fire in the final, too bad Spazcano isn't around anymore.
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    Khyzniak absolutely battered the yank.

    Yet somehow it was only a split decision! haha how the hell did one judge score the fight to the yank. It's not like he could have got the boxers mixed up when they look totally different.

    Khyzniak has only just turned 22 a few weeks ago, huge future.
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    My thoughts exactly, how the Hell did one miserable cuck judge score that for the American?
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    Quote Originally Posted by flakka View Post
    The other American in the semis, Freudis Rojas got beaten by Ikboljon Kholdarov from Uzbekistan. Uzbek boxers are good, Andre Ward needed a gift against Haydarov in the Olympic semi final.

    The Dusmatov - Argilagos fight is going to be fire in the final, too bad Spazcano isn't around anymore.
    Uzb also has very good wrestlers and got their first weightlifting Gold at the last Olympics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gimp Seed View Post


    Khyzniak absolutely battered the yank.

    Yet somehow it was only a split decision! haha how the hell did one judge score the fight to the yank. It's not like he could have got the boxers mixed up when they look totally different.

    Khyzniak has only just turned 22 a few weeks ago, huge future.
    Looks better here, wasnt overly impressed when he beat the brit. although he did win quite easily.
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