At the 1984 Olympics the light-heavyweight boxing semi-final between New Zealand's Kevin Barry and American Evander Holyfield ended in controversy. Barry was clearly outboxed by Holyfield, but when Holyfield knocked Barry out at the end of round two, the referee disqualified him for hitting after the break. This outraged the mostly American audience and made headlines around the world.
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