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Men's Boxing AIBA World Championships 2017

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hckosice    695

After some plus/minus "million" years we will participate at the World Boxing Championships :thumbup:

 

The only 19 years old junior Andrej "Bandi" Csemez did managed to achieve the impossible and qualify himself to the world championships. Ofc no chance at all to expect anything huge, just the fact that Slovakia is back on the world boxing map is already a success.  Congrats dude.

 

Until now the only and sole Slovak World Boxing Championship medal happened in 1997 in Budapest thanks to legendary Rudolf Dydi and his bronze in -48kg, a guy who instead to going to the Olympics spent his "free time" in prison :p

 

:SVK TEAM SLOVAKIA :SVK

 

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  • Andrej CSEMEZ  (-75kg)

 

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hckosice    695

make the impossible possible

 

On 8/22/2017 at 16:49, hckosice said:

After some plus/minus "million" years we will participate at the World Boxing Championships :thumbup:

 

The only 19 years old junior Andrej "Bandi" Csemez did managed to achieve the impossible and qualify himself to the world championships. Ofc no chance at all to expect anything huge, just the fact that Slovakia is back on the world boxing map is already a success.  Congrats dude.

 

Until now the only and sole Slovak World Boxing Championship medal happened in 1997 in Budapest thanks to legendary Rudolf Dydi and his bronze in -48kg, a guy who instead to going to the Olympics spent his "free time" in prison :p

 

:SVK TEAM SLOVAKIA :SVK

 

Mens

  • Andrej CSEMEZ  (-75kg)

 

 

 

make the impossible possible :hyper:

 

Andrej Csemez won his first round match against the Asian championships runner up Lee Dong-Youn of :KOR  5-0 :woohoo:THIS is just UNBELIEVABLE !!! :toast:

he advanced among the last 16 !

incredible. in this round he will face the continental champion Khyzhniak of :UKR  just read that his next opponent has his own team staff with a a Kazakh personal coach and he has 8000 EUR per month salary lol, what a difference between the world and our boxing, I don´t even know if our mini-team had enough money to buy tickets to Hamburg, or they will have to return back by hitchhiking   :rofl:

 

 

Anyway Congrats "Bandi" and enjoy the rest of the championships :cheer:

 

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thepharoah    18

but the sad news he'll meet Russia in next round :mad:

 

Edit : Russian boxer lost to American 4-1 , a very surprising quarterfinal between Egypt and USA 

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dareza    289
8 minutes ago, thepharoah said:

but the sad news he'll meet Russia in next round :mad:

 

are you sure. I think that USA beat Russia.

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phelps    90

please, let's get rid of this farce!!!

I saw almost any sort of crazy judgments in boxing, but I never saw anything like today...

Mangiacapre (ITA) won his fight against Zhussupov (KAZ) literally destroying him (the fight was stopped by the event doctor because the Kazakh was bleeding so heavily that almost collapsed on the ring...so, technically it was a pure and simple TKO)...

but then Kazakhstan made an appeal and the technical commission overturned the final result, stating that the score was to be determined by the reading of the judges' cards at the moment of the stop (like the stop came because of an accidental injury of one of the contenders)...and guess what? for the judges the Zhussupov was 2 points ahead and so he was declared as the winner...:yikes::facepalm:

so, the new rule is that you can't win against protected boxers even if you knock them out...

if somehow there's some justice in the world, I hope that Zhussupov at least won't be able to get his feet on the ring for the next round...

 

p.s. of course that was the highlight of the tournament so far, but surely not the only episode of corrupted judging and shameful scores...

nothing has changed in the last months, despite all the "beautiful words" by AIBA officials...

and I think that nothing's gonna change in the future...

so...once again...let's get rid of this farce!!!

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