An Olympic boxer just did something the boxing world hasnt seen since Mike Tyson was champion
Boxing is by far one of the best sports to watch during the Olympics.
But one recent match had some excitement that was completely unexpected.
Thats because an Olympic boxer just did something the boxing world hasnt seen since Mike Tyson was champion.
The Olympics are always a hit or a miss when you cut them on.
Its either something boring, like race walking.
Or its something entertaining to watch like womens beach volleyball.
But boxing is one that is alway fun to watch, no matter the competitors.
American boxing legends like Joe Frazier and George Foreman have won gold at the Olympics.
But one thing happened this week in Olympic boxing that hasnt been seen since Mike Tyson was in the ring.
During a heavyweight fight between Moroccos Youness Baalla and New Zealands David Nyika, an ear was nearly bitten off.
Baalla was losing the fight so badly that he decided to just try and take the ear of Nyika.
Unsurprisingly, he was penalized for the move and ultimately lost the fight.
But thats one bout that makes these otherwise lackluster woke Tokyo Olympics worth talking about.
Videos at source.
We were boxing in High School. I had about a six inch reach on my opponent. I came in with a round house left and hit him in the side of the head and sent him stumbling. LOL