Five-year-old boy offers medal he won at school sports day to ‘cheated’ boxer Michael Conlan after controversial Olympic defeat

A five-12 months-old boy has provided the medal he received on his faculty sports activities day to boxer Michael Conlan who claims he became cheated out of an Olympic medal.

Finn McManus sent a touching letter to the Conlan after his defeat inside the Rio Olympics.Michael Conlan of Ireland reacts after losing on points during his Bantamweight Quarter final bout
The 24-year-antique bantamweight was a strong medal wish however he turned into controversially beaten inside the area-finals by using Russian Vladimir Nikitin.

Some of former boxers and professionals stated they believed Conlan had accomplished enough to simply win the fight and Conlan himself overtly accused the judges of dishonest in a livid publish-fight interview.

Beneficiant Finn agreed, and wrote: “Hi Michael, My call is Finn McManus and I am five years old. I noticed your fight in Rio and you should have won due to the fact you’re the quality boxer inside the international.

“I need you to have my school medal due to the fact you’re a winner. I hope you want it, from Finn.”

Conlan was so touched by way of the gesture that he has created a custom-made pair of boxing gloves for the 5-year-antique.

Meanwhile, Conlan is going through disciplinary motion for his reaction to the debatable defeat on the Olympics.

Dr Ching-Kuo Wu, the president of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), said: “The right now confirmed his finger to the referee-judges. Disciplinary movement will comply with, you cannot humiliate in public our judges.”

Conlan‘s feelings spilled over after the fight as he levelled Some of corruption allegations at novice boxing’s governing frame.

“I’m able to in no way box for them (AIBA) once more,” Conlan told RTE. “They’re dishonest b*******, They’re paying every body.

“I do not deliver an f*** approximately swearing on Tv. I am here to win Olympic gold and my dream has been shattered.
Novice boxing stinks from the core proper to the top.”Michael Conlan of Ireland reacts after losing on points during his Bantamweight Quarter final bout

Wu cautioned AIBA will take felony action towards anyone accuses the company of corruption.

“People accusing AIBA of corruption, please provide me the evidence,” he stated. “I haven’t any mercy to those [corrupt] Human beings. I hate manipulation, corruption.”


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