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Flyweight (112 lb, 51 kg):

Mirat Sarsembayev (Kazakhstan) UD-4 Rafal Kaczor (Poland), 14-5
Tulashboy Doniyorov (Uzbekistan) UD-4 Bernard Ngumba (Kenya), 10-1
Jitender Kumar (India) RET Furkan Ulaş Memiş (Turkey)
Juan Carlos Payano (Dominican Republic) UD-4 Jérôme Thomas (France), 10-6
Vincenzo Picardi (Italy) UD-4 Cassius Chiyanika (Zambia), 10-3
Walid Cherif (Tunisia) UD-4 Stephen Sutherland (Australia), 14-2
Lee Oksung (South Korea) UD-4 Rau’shee Warren (United States), 9-8
Samir Mammadov (Azerbaijan) UD-4 Abdeilillah Nhalia (Morocco), 19-4
Somjit Jongjohor (Thailand) UD-4 Eddie Valenzuela (Guatemala), 6-1
Robenilson Vieria (Brazil) UD-4 Anuruddha Bandara Ratnayake (Sri Lanka), 13-3
Anvar Yunusov (Tajikistan) UD-4 Jackson Chauke (South Africa), 9-1

Bantamweight (119 lb, 54 kg):

Héctor Manzanilla (Venezuela) UD-4 Issah Samir (Ghana), 13-10
Bruno Julie (Mauritius) UD-4 Emanuel Thabiso Nketu (Lesotho), 17-8
Khurshid Tadjibayev (Uzbekistan) UD-4 Rustamhodza Rahimov (Germany), 11-2
Gu Yu (China) UD-4 Joe Murray (Great Britain), 17-7
Veaceslav Gojan (Moldova) Dec-Tiebreaker Khavazhi Khatsigov (Belarus), +1,1
Sergey Vodopyanov (Russia) UD-4 McJoe Arroyo (Puerto Rico), 10-5
Akhil Kumar (India) UD-4 Ali Hallab (France), 12-5
Khumiso Ikgopoleng (Botswana) UD-4 Luke Boyd (Australia), 18-8
Hicham Mesbani (Morocco) UD-4 Jonatan Romero (Colombia), 11-3
John Joe Nevin (Ireland) UD-4 Abdelhalim Ouradi (Algeria), 9-4
Enkhbatyn Badar-Uugan (Mongolia) UD-4 Oscar Valdez (Mexico), 15-4
 

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He impressed me as well. I can't think of one fighter off the top of my head from india. Maybe there just arent many fighters from there. Just like I can't think of many chinese boxers of the top of my head as well. A few koreans but no chinese or india. It seems china and india focus more on different forms of contact fighting. Like mixed martial arts and stuff.
 

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He impressed me as well. I can't think of one fighter off the top of my head from india. Maybe there just arent many fighters from there. Just like I can't think of many chinese boxers of the top of my head as well. A few koreans but no chinese or india. It seems china and india focus more on different forms of contact fighting. Like mixed martial arts and stuff.
Your probably right. The thing is I can't think of 1 mma or any minimally recognizable Chinese (unless they were and I've just mistaken them for Japanese) and certainly no Indian fighter. I think they generally stick to soccer, cricket, and schooling, but if they are training there boxers to have that type of style I can definitely see some future champs down the road.
 

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I agree man. Some of these countries care more for winning at the olympics than even winning as a pro. And some keep them until they are 30. So sometimes it may just be to late for them to turn pro.
 
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