Both of Great Britain's boxers successfully made their way through to the gold medal bouts in an ExCeL extravaganza on Friday night.
The ExCeL centre attracts an unforgiving crowd, staging the likes of weightlifting, martial arts and wrestling. Friday night's fans at the boxing were no different; the Ukrainians were loud, the Irish were louder but the patriotic British fans out-roared them all.
The scaffolding clad stands shook as a capacity crowd stamped their feet to welcome young Freddie Evans to the ring. The welterweight Welshman faced a tough challenge in the form of world number one Taras Shelestyuk, but with the backing of a vocal audience he edged the fight 11-10, guaranteeing himself at least a silver medal. The victory was undoubtedly Evans's biggest victory of his career so far.
Having seen off the world number one, Evans will now face world number two in the final, after Serik Sapiyev of Kazakhstan convincingly put away Andrey Zamkovoy of Russia 18-12 in his semi-final.
Giants Magomedrasul Medzhidov and Roberto Cammarelle took to the stage for the first super heavyweight semi final. The enormous boxers filled out the ring and exchanged powerful blows. Much to Medzhidov's dismay and that of his fans, the judges awarded the tense fight to Cammarelle 13-12.
Anthony Joshua's super heavyweight clash with Ivan Dychko was the final and most anticipated fight of the night. Joshua was the big favourite going into the fight but the 6ft 7 and 6ft 9 giants were toe-to-toe for the first two rounds. Once again the crowd raised the noise levels, chanting Joshua's name, waving Union Jacks and doing anything they could to give the 22-year-old Londoner a boost. Joshua upped the ante in the final round winning 5-3, thus giving himself a 13-11 victory to end the night on a high.
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