Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Alessandro D'Ottavio, Alessio di Savino, Alfonso Pinto, Amedeo Grillo, Andrea Magi, Andrea Mannai, Angelo Musone, Armando Ricciardi, Aureliano Bolognesi, Benito Totti, Bruno Petrarca, Bruno Visintin, Carlo Cavagnoli, Carlo Orlandi, Carlo Saraudi, Carlo Scotti, Carmelo Bossi, Christian Giantomassi, Clemente Russo, Cosimo Pinto, Dario Della Valle, Domenico Bernasconi, Domenico Ceccarelli, Domenico Valentino, Edelweis Rodriguez, Edoardo Garzena, Emilio Bonfiglio, Erminio Bolzan, Ernesto Formenti, Fausto Montefiore, Ferdinando De Petrillo, Fernando Atzori, Francesco Damiani, Francesco Musso, Franco De Piccoli, Franco Nenci, Franco Valle, Gaetano Lanzi, Gavino Matta, Giacobbe Fragomeni, Giacomo Bozzano, Gino Rossi (boxer), Giorgio Bambini, Giovanni Parisi, Giovanni Zuddas, Giulio Rinaldi, Giulio Saraudi, Giuseppe Colacicco, Giuseppe Farfanelli, Giuseppe Oldani, Giuseppe Ros, Ivano Fontana, Leo Giunchi, Livio Francecchini, Luciano Bruno, Luigi Castiglione, Luigi Gaudiano, Luigi Marfurt, Luigi Rovati, Manuel Cappai, Mariano Barbaresi, Marino Facchin, Mario Bianchini, Maurizio Stecca, Michele di Rocco, Michele Piccirillo, Nino Benvenuti, Orlando Leopardi, Paolo Vidoz, Patrizio Oliva, Piero Toscani, Pietro Aurino, Primo Zamparini, Riccardo Bertazzolo, Rinaldo Castellenghi, Roberto Cammarelle, Romano Caneva, Salvatore Burruni, Salvatore Todisco, Sandro Lopopolo, Secondo De Marchi, Sergio Caprari, Silvano Bertini, Spartaco Bandinelli, Ulderico Sergo, Umberto Pittori, Vincenzo Dell'Oro, Vincenzo Mangiacapre, Vincenzo Nardiello, Vincenzo Picardi, Vito Melis, Vittorio Parrinello, Vittorio Tamagnini. Excerpt: Francesco Damiani (born October 4, 1958 in Bagnacavallo) is an Italian former boxer who won the silver medal at the 1982 World Championships and at the 1984 Summer Olympics. As a professional, he was the first WBO heavyweight champion. He participated at 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, where he lost to the eventual silver medalist Piotr Zaev in the quarter-finals. The following year he won the European Amateur Championships in Tampere. At the 1982 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Munich, he beat the legendary Teofilo Stevenson but lost to Tyrell Biggs in the final. In 1983 in Varna he became European champion for the second time, beating Ulli Kaden. At the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles he again lost to Biggs in the final, despite Biggs' home crowd booing at the judges decision who believed Damiani won the contest (since he threw more punches and was moving forward for most of the contest) which led to the leading BBC Boxing commentator Harry Carpenter, who was commentating for the BBC sport Olympic coverage, to say that "..it the worst boxing decision in all my years of boxing commentating". Francesco Damiani was the Italian boxing team coach for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games held in London,United Kingdom. 1980 1984 Damiani began his pro career on a tear, with 27 consecutive victories over limited opposition. He defeated Tyrell Biggs in a rematch of their Olympic meeting, stopping him on a cut, and then won the newly created WBO Heavyweight title with a 3rd round KO victory over Johnny DuPlooy on May 6, 1989. Damiani hit a brick wall when he took on 1988 Olympic Gold Medalist Ray Mercer in 1991 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Damiani was ahead on points but went down after a Mercer left uppercut broke his nose, and he was counted out by the referee in the 9th round. Damiani would come back in 1992 to take a decision over former champion Greg Page, but was KO'd in the following bout in 1993 by Oliver McCall, ending his career.
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