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Top-ranked heavyweight Muslim Gadzhimagomedov of the Russian Olympic Committee made it through to the finals after he overcame David Nyika of New Zealand.

American featherweight Duke Ragan beat Ghana’s Samuel Takyi to make it to the finals.

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Takyi’s bronze will be Ghana’s first Olympic medal since 1992, when their men’s soccer team took bronze at Barcelona. It marks the West African country’s fourth gold overall.

“I’m going to correct my mistakes,” Takyi said after the fight. “I’m not going to lose again, I hate to lose.”

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