USA's Duke Ragan Is 1 Win From Gold After Tough Win

Article by Rick Mohamed

Duke Ragan, the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team’s representative from Cincinnati, OH., defeated his toughest opponent yet in the Tokyo Olympics, Ghana’s Samuel Takyi, 4-1, in the semifinals. He moves onto the Finals to win the gold medal. Stay alert for more of Brawlers Sorts’ Tokyo Olympics U.S. Boxing Team coverage

Tokyo, Japan (August 3, 2021) Cincinnati, OH’s own, featherweight Duke Ragan, defeated his toughest opponent so far in the Tokyo Olympics, Ghana’s Samuel Takyi. Ragan let his hands go beautifully against the much taller guy who had the longer reach. Duke is tough and did what he was supposed to do: to chop the tree down from the body and working back up top to the head. Well done, Duke! Ragan advances to the Finals after the very impressive victory, won by the score of 4-1. Ragan’s style reminds me of the likes of Mr Gary Russell Jr. LETSGOCHAMP! Bring home the gold! 







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