Bakhodir Isomiddin Ugli Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Mr. Bakhodir Isomiddin Uzbek professional boxer Ugli Jalolov (Uzbek: Bahodir Jalolov Isomiddin ogli, born 8 July 1994).

Earned bronze at the 2015 World Championships, and gold at the 2019 World Championships and 2020 Summer Olympics.

He was the official flag bearer for Uzbekistan at the 2012 Summer Olympics and again at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Bakhodir Isomiddin Ugli Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Bakhodir Isomiddin Ugli Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Jalolov made it all the way to the quarterfinals before losing to Joe Joyce, who ultimately won silver.

He qualified for the super heavyweight tournament at the 2020 Summer Olympics and was scheduled to meet Mahammad Abdullayev in the opening round.

He dominated the fight, outboxing Abdullayev over three rounds and even scoring a standing eight count in the second round, but was unable to win by knockout.

When Jalolov met Satish Kumar in the competition quarterfinals, he won by a score of 5-0 on a unanimous decision to move on to the semifinals.

Jalolov defeated Frazer Clarke and moved on to the final four. Clarke was able to get a standing count.

But his battle with Jalolov was interrupted in the third round owing to a gash above his eye that had opened up earlier in the fight.

Jalolov won the super heavyweight tournament after defeating Richard Torrez in a unanimous decision.

Tokyo Olympics: Boxer Bakhodir Jalolov Wins Super Heavyweight Gold

In the championship match, he scored a resounding 5–0 victory over Richard Torrez Jr. After sweeping the judges’ decisions in three of his bouts.

And winning by stoppage in the semifinals, he was declared the victor in all four of his Tokyo contests.

On Sunday, Uzbekistan’s Bakhodir Jalolov defeated the United States’ Richard Torrez Jr. in the finals of the men’s super heavyweight division.

In the final boxing fight of the Tokyo Olympics, Uzbekistan’s Bakhodir Jalolov defeated the United States’ Richard Torrez Jr. 5 rounds to 0.

In the highest weight class in Olympic boxing, 6-foot-7 Jalolov towered over practically every other competitor, yet he also possesses the hard jab of a much smaller guy.

After sweeping the judges’ decisions in three of his bouts and winning by stoppage in the semifinals, he was declared the victor in all four of his Tokyo contests.

Conclusion

The Indian boxer Satish Kumar (+91kg) gave a valiant performance against the defending world champion Bakhodir Jalolov on Sunday, but he was eliminated from the Olympic competition in the quarterfinals.

Satish lost 0-5 but his performance was much more courageous than the score indicates. He entered the ring despite needing numerous stitches on his forehead and chin from cuts he received in the pre-quarters.

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