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Amateur boxer disgracefully sucker punched opponent without gloves after defeat, having placed medal around his neck just moments prior

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A video has emerged of an amateur boxer sucker punching his opponent after being beaten by him.

The shocking clip shows two young fighters competing in a 54kg junior bout with a very controversial conclusion.

The disgraceful incident was caught on video

The boxer in blue came out on top in the fight and was awarded the victory.

His arm was raised by the referee and he dropped to his knees in celebration.

Meanwhile the beaten boxer in red was clearly less than happy.

Regardless, he didn’t overreact to begin with.

Initially, both boxers showed sportsmanship by shaking the hands of their opponent’s trainers.

They touched fists and there appeared to be respect between the pair.

The defeated boxer tried to exit the ring but was stopped by his trainers who reminded him that he still had to exchange medals with his opponent.

The victorious boxer in blue was handed a medal by the referee and put it around the neck of his beaten opponent in red, giving him a tap on the shoulder as he did so.

Then, astonishingly, the defeated boxer in red placed a medal around the neck of the victor and quickly smashed him with a sucker punch left hook.

The punch landed flush, but didn’t move the boxer in blue

The punch landed flush, but didn’t move the boxer in blue

The boxer in blue was unable to get his hands up in time and so took the shot flush to the face.

Nevertheless, he stayed standing and admirably didn’t retaliate.

The boxer in red made a swift exit from the ring in disgrace.


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Source: Talksport.