B. Jalolov Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

B. Jalolov (Uzbek: Bahodir Jalolov Isomiddin ogl, born 8 July 1994) won bronze at the 2015 World Championships, and gold at the 2019 World Championships and the 2020 Summer Olympics.

B. Jalolov Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

He also represented Uzbekistan as its flag bearer at the 2016 Summer Olympics. In his first professional bout, B. Jalolov faced Hugo Trujillo on May 5, 2018. He scored a third-round TKO and won by unanimous decision.

B. Jalolov Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

After waiting four months, on September 29, 2018, B. Jalolov once again won via stoppage as he knocked out Eduardo Vitela in the first round. On October 27, 2018, at Madison Square Garden, B. Jalolov was slated to fight Tyrell Wright again.

After four rounds of fighting, Wright bowed out, giving him the stoppage victory. On December 8, 2018, B. Jalolov was set to have his final fight of the year against Marquis Valentine. He knocked out Valentine at the 2:29 mark of the first round, his second first-round stoppage as a professional.

On March 15, 2019, B. Jalolov was supposed to fight Willie Harvey.

He Scored a Second-Round Technical Knockout and the Victory.

On April 10, 2019, B. Jalolov faced Brendan Barrett for the vacant WBC-NABF Junior heavyweight title. It was B. Jalolov debut fight as a professional. He scored a first-round knockout and won the fight.

On December 12, 2020, B. Jalolov came back to face Wilfredo Leal. At the conclusion of the first round, Leal decided to bow out of the fight. B. Jalolov faced Kristaps Zutis on April 3, 2021, in his home country of Uzbekistan. After two rounds, he knocked out Zutis through technical knockout. On March 18, 2022, B. Jalolov won by fifth-round knockout over Kamil Sokolowski.

In round eight, he knocked out Mulowayi with a left hook and declared victory. B. Jalolov scored a knockout in the sixth round with a left hook and was docked a point in the fourth round for holding too tightly.

The world’s best player put on a dominant show. For all three rounds, B. Jalolov received perfect scores from all five judges. The Uzbek improved on his fifth-place finish at Rio 2016 and will win a medal.

B. Jalolov defeated Richard Torrez on Sunday to win the Olympic super-heavyweight boxing title, ending Team USA’s chances of winning their first men’s gold medal since 2004.

U.S. hopes were dashed twice that day as lightweight Keyshawn Davis also lost in the final and had to settle for silver.

Last Words

Torrez, at age 22, lost to the taller man, B. Jalolov, on unanimous points, and B. Jalolov added the Olympic gold to his 2019 world champion crown. Torrez floored B. Jalolov with a left hand in the first round, and he was shaken again at the beginning of the second.

But suddenly B. Jalolov snapped menacingly into gear, and he lost a point for using his head while standing up to count. Torrez received temporary medical attention for a cut over his eye in the second round.