Anvar Yunusov beaten by Brazilian boxer at Rio Olympics 2016

10/08/2016 09:58
Asia-Plus
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DUSHANBE, August 10, 2016, Asia-Plus – Tajik boxer Anvar Yunusov has been beaten by Brazilian boxer Robson Conceicao at Rio Olympics 2016. 

According to Tajikistan’s National Olympic Committee (NCO), Robson Conceicao (Brazil), silver medalist at the AIBA World Boxing Championships Almaty 2013, beat Anvar Yunusov 1-0 TKO on August 9.  

Robson Donato Conceicao (born 25 October 1988) is a Brazilian amateur lightweight boxer who competes in the 60 kg division. He won a silver and a bronze medal at the world championships in 2013 and 2015, as well as a silver medal at the 2011 Pan American Games.

Anvar Yunusov (born February 1, 1987, Dushanbe) is an amateur boxer from Tajikistan best known from giving Asian Games winner Violito Payla his first ever stoppage defeat at the 2007 World Championships.  He has also qualified for the 2008 and 2012 Olympics

Southpaw Yunusov beat Bato-Munko Vankeev at the 2005 World Championships but lost to surprise winner Lee Ok-Sung.

He finished second at the 2006 Military World Championships and the Ahmet Comet Cup 2007 where he beat Mirat Sarsenbayev but lost to local Kadri Kordel.

At the 2007 World Championships he stopped Payla but lost to Samir Mammadov later.

At the 2008 Olympic qualifier he beat Payla again, then Mongol Luvsantseren Zorigtbaatar and North Korean Pak Jong Chol. In Beijing he lost his quarterfinal to experienced Thai favorite Somjit Jongjohor.

At the 2012 Olympics he lost his first bout to Oscar Valdez.

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