In boxing, the formerly unbeaten Czech Jindřích Kubín was defeated by British Olympic champion James DeGale in Belfast on Friday night. The middleweight gold medalist from the Beijing games produced a powerful display to beat the Czech, who was fighting outside Central Europe for the first time. A combination of right-hand punches floored Kubín and DeGale pursued his opponent relentlessly until the referee stopped the contest before the end of the first-round at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast.
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