Ukrainian boxer Nikolai butsenko and Alexander Khizhnyak reached the final of the second European games in Minsk.
In the semifinal match Mykola butsenko defeated German boxer Sharaf Ramana.
This battle lasted less than a round. At the end of the first three-minute Raman jerked his head in the direction of Ukrainian and got a serious cut, which the referee decided to stop the fight.
Interestingly, the victory butsenko was not enrolled due to injury of opponent, and a split decision because at this point he led in the notes of the three judges (three of 10:9 against two 9:10).
In the final of the European games butsenko will meet with the Irish by Kurt Walker. This fight will take place on 30 June at 13:30.
In turn, in the semifinal fight Alexander Khizhnyak prematurely defeated Slovak Andrey Chemezov.
Khyzhnyak from the first seconds of the fight were very active in the attack, not giving the Slovak boxer not only respond to your attacks, but also to have grouped together. In this regard, Chemezov by the beginning of the second round was formed, bleeding on the face, and he very often does not respond to shocks khizhniak.
In this regard, the referee counted the Slovak one after another knockdown, which by the end of the second round was formed for three, as a result, the fight was prematurely stopped.
Rival khizhniak in the final of the European games will be the Italian Salvatore of Cavallaro. The duel for gold will be held on 30 June at 14:20.