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Medzidhov v Dychko Stunning Knockout - World Boxing Championships Final

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Boxing - Medzidhov v Dychko Stunning Knockout. Top Knockouts SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/AIBAboxing Hosts' favorite Ivan Dychko was ahead on the judges scoring cards in the third round, when Azerbaijani super heavyweight Magomedrasul Medzhidov challenged him twice with the right punch retaining his title.

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