BRONZE: Vladimir Nikitin (Russia)/ Murodjon Akhmadaliev (Uzbekistan)
Second Gold medal for Ramirez. Two successive weights in two successive games, and he's only 22 years old. A truly outstanding fighter whether on front foot or back, he would get my vote as the winner of the Val Barker Trophy for the best boxer of the games. Stevenson can hold his head up high although he seemed devastated with his Silver medal. Rumoured to have been offered a deal to go pro with Floyd Mayweather (which really means he'll be signing with Al Haymon, as he makes all the decisions for Floyd's promotional company), he's only nineteen years of age, so has time to make a decision.
BRONZE: Cancan Ren (China)/ Ingrit Lorena Valencia Victoria (Colombia)
*Nicola Adams becomes the first Briton to win two Olympic Gold medals since the near immortal Harry Mallin who turned the trick in 1920 and 1924. She is also Great Britain's most successful amateur boxer of all time having won Gold's at the Olympics, World Championships, European Championships, European Games and the Commonwealth Games. Not to rain on her parade, but due to the small field in her weight class (women's amateur boxing is still in it's infancy), she is occasionally guaranteed a medal after only one contest, as was the case in Rio, where she "only" had to box three times.
*Also ANOTHER medal for France. Their squad has been building momentum for the last couple of years but I don't think anyone expected them to make the impact that they have at these Olympics. Well done to their boxers and coaching staff.
BRONZE: Dariga Shakimova (Kazakhstan)/ Qian Li (China)
*Second successive Gold for Claressa and she's only 21. Hopefully her commercial career will take off now. After winning her first at 17 her sponsorship and endorsement deals have been virtually zero. That should really change.
BRONZE: Filip Hrgovic (Croatia)/ Ivan Dychko (Kazakhstan)
*Man, the decision in the final was very poor, I thought Joe Joyce won and won well and to see him take it on the chin as well as he did was almost hurtful. The complete opposite of Michael Conlan's much publicized sulkathon last week and his loss wasn't as bad as it was painted out to be. I saw a lot worse robberies during the games than Conlan's, yet because he gave the judges the finger and gave a foul mouth post loss tirade, his was given a lot of media attention. It pays to be a bad loser in the social media age, I guess.