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The Italian team has protested against the jury's decision, as has just been announced in the arena (I'm watching the Eurovision live stream right now: http://www.eurovisionsports.tv/london2012/index.html?video_id=1305). You can imagine that the audience didn't like those news at all! ;) They were already waiting for the victory ceremony and now have to stay in the arena until a decision has been made about the protest.

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Dam you Italians.

Well another set of judges will watch the match and score it all again.

BBC pundits, Lennox Lewis and Amir Khan feel that Anthony Joshua was under scored in the first 2 rounds so it should be another gold for Team GB.

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And now they are booing for the Italian IOC member who hands out the medals. Why? They've already got their winner, why are they still furious about the Italian protest? That's the first (and probably only) time I see and hear the British fans behaving unsportsman-like.

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And now they are booing for the Italian IOC member who hands out the medals. Why? They've already got their winner, why are they still furious about the Italian protest? That's the first (and probably only) time I see and hear the British fans behaving unsportsman-like.

Haha well it wasn't dickish of Italy to appeal. It has been said that Boxing has the most lively and rowdy crowd.

I guess their just annoyed that the Italians tried to take gold away from the new 22 year old national hero.

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Haha well it wasn't dickish of Italy to appeal. It has been said that Boxing has the most lively and rowdy crowd.

I guess their just annoyed that the Italians tried to take gold away from the new 22 year old national hero.

To be fair, every boxing match should be appealed on principle :P

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Just a reminder, the final medal results for the following events on August 12.

Men's Fly (52 kg):

- GOLD: Robeisy Ramirez Carrazana (Cuba)

- SILVER: Tugstsogt Nyambayar (Mongolia)

Link: http://www.london2012.com/boxing/event/men-fly-52kg/match=bxm052101/index.html

Men's Light (60 kg):

- GOLD: Vasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine)

- SILVER: HAN Soon-chul (South Korea)

Link: http://www.london2012.com/boxing/event/men-light-60kg/match=bxm060101/index.html

Men's Welter (69 kg):

- GOLD: Serik Sapiyev (Kazakhstan)

- SILVER: Freddie Evans (GREAT BRITAIN)

Link: http://www.london2012.com/boxing/event/men-welter-69kg/match=bxm069101/index.html

Men's Light Heavy (81 kg):

- GOLD: Egor Mekhontcev (Russia)

- SILVER: Adibek Niyazymbetov (Kazakhstan)

Link: http://www.london2012.com/boxing/event/men-light-heavy-81kg/match=bxm081101/index.html

Men's Super Heavy (+91 kg):

- GOLD: Anthony Joshua (GREAT BRITAIN)

- SILVER: Roberto Cammarelle (Italy)

Link: http://www.london2012.com/boxing/event/men-super-heavy-more-than-91kg/match=bxm191101/index.html

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