The Australian regional show featured both professional and amateur fights that brought some brutality from beginning to end. That took place in the main event. Way earlier, on the first prelim of the night, Dean Tromans added a kick finish to his own highlight reel. Shortly after the second round began, Tromans landed a hard high kick to the left side of the dome of his opponent, Bimo Adriano. The blow came at the same time Adriano attempted a kick of his own, which made for a wild visual, which you can watch in the video above. The kick not only knocked Adriano off balance, it essentially launched him off his feet like Charlie Brown whiffing on the football for the zillionth time. What goes up must come down — and Adriano was no different. Gravity planted Adriano square on his back.
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There was a moment of enormous controversy at the AIBA World Boxing Championships in September when a professional boxer brutally knocked out an amateur. Since the Olympics, pros have been allowed to compete in some of the competitions that traditionally belong to amateurs, which has led to an ongoing debate on safety, with protective helmets also recently being retired. Jalolov is scheduled for his 7th pro fight in 11 days in the USA pic. Bakhodir Jalolov of Uzbekistan was 6 KOs as a rising professional and scored a huge knockout from much-vaunted American starlet Richard Torrez, who has yet to return. If Torrez had turned pro this year already, he would have gotten a good deal. Instead of being brutally knocked out by a professional fighter, the stock drops dramatically. The Jalolov of 3 years ago with no pro experience is much less likely to have done so. The Olympic dream is not what it used to be!
There was a moment of huge controversy at the AIBA World Boxing Championships in September when a professional boxer brutally knocked out an amateur. Since the Olympics, pros have been allowed to enter some of the competitions which traditionally belong to amateurs and this has led to continuing debate over safety, with headguards also recently removed. Torrez had to be stretchered out of the ring as a result and was tended to by medical professionals. He later confirmed he was okay with a message on social media, thanking people for their well wishes. However, he was contradicted by those who pointed out that Torrez was far from inexperienced himself. Clarke beat Jalolov back in , when they were both amateurs, but will face a tougher task on Wednesday against the gold medal favourite. And he gave a good account of himself until a nasty cut above his eye saw victory handed to Jalolov. The Jalolov of 3 years ago without pro experience a lot less likely to have done that. Olympic dream not what it used to be!
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