The eleventh competition day at the Tokyo Olympic Games saw only one session with seven bouts and all of them were decisive for the finals.
Uzbekistan’s AIBA World Champion Bakhodir Jalolov marched to the title contest and stopped Frazer Clarke in a fantastic battle.
Uzbekistan’s superstar Bakhodir Jalolov is the reigning AIBA World Champion and ASBC Asian Champion at the super heavyweight (+91kg) who did not lose any contests since August 2017 therefore he was the favourite against Great Britain’s veteran Frazer Clarke.
The 202cm tall Uzbek began the first round with impressive left-handed jabs which reached Clarke and hurt the British boxer. The Uzbek southpaw has got strong athletic skills to avoid the punches of his European opponent.
Jalolov found the tiny holes on Clarke’s defense in the beginning of the second round, he landed clear shots but the Uzbek was caught by the British boxer one time with a heavy shot in that period. Jalolov landed more punches in the third and due to the cut of the British boxer, the Uzbek advanced to the final.