Roy Jones Jr Olympic Controversy – Here is the Whole Matter!

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As written in the youtube description by imatter2 Me: Roy Jones Jr Olympic Controversy – Roy Jones Jr. was one of the most successful boxers of his generation. Like many fighters, he had a good amateur career that included going for a gold medal at the Olympics. He represented America at the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul. It looked like he would bring home the gold. It didn’t end up that way though, as Jones lost in a devastating way. Here’s how it went down. When The Guardian ranked its top 50 stunning Olympics moments, Jones made the list at No. 14, but not for a good reason. The boxer competed in the light-middleweight division in Seoul, making it to the gold medal match rather easily. The up-and-coming 19-year-old needed just two minutes to dispose of his opponent in his opening match.\nThen, Jones won some unanimous decisions to make it to the semifinal. There, British fighter Richie Woodhall gave him more of a challenge, but all the judges still gave Jones the victory. South Korean Park Si-hun also made it to the final in his homeland (less impressively). He won his first match by a referee stoppage, then went to decisions in his next three bouts.\nHe won unanimously in the third round and the semifinal, but Park’s fourth-round match was a 3-2 split decision in his favor. (Many spectators thought his Italian opponent Vincenzo Nardiello should’ve won. Nardiello was so upset that he had to be dragged from the ring after the results.)\nFor more updates, stay connected to this channel!

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