The 'Sztarbox' celebrity boxing event semifinals have brought a cocktail of high-stakes matches, charged emotions, and controversies to the forefront. The spotlight was on Berki Mazsi, who, despite battling illness during her training, overcame Janicsak Veca in a spirited display of tenacity and resilience. The victory led to an emotional outpouring from Mazsi, who expressed gratitude for the unwavering support from her coach, family, and partner.
Refusal of Handshake Sparks Controversy
However, the match between Istenes Bence and Racz Jeno stole the limelight, albeit for the wrong reasons. Jeno's victory by points was overshadowed by an off-ring controversy. Istenes refused to shake hands with his opponent, accusing Jeno of using profanity throughout the match. Claiming the behavior was unbecoming of a sportsman, Istenes sparked a debate on sportsmanship in the boxing ring, a field known for its physicality and often confrontational nature.
Public Figures Weigh In
Osvath Zsolt, an influencer who attended the event, weighed in on the contentious decision via Instagram. His comments further fueled the discussion around the controversial decision. Meanwhile, on the 'Balazsek' radio show, Kovacs 'Koko' Istvan, a former boxer, offered his insights on the match. He explained the intricacies of boxing scoring, underlining the importance of unbiased judgment from the judges.
G.w.M Performs Amid Health Struggles
In a parallel universe of the music industry, rapper G.w.M took to the stage at the Gyomaendrodi Disznotoros es Timas Janos Bollerpalinka Memorial Contest. This came as a surprise for many, given his recent hospitalization for depression and other health issues, and warnings from his medical team against such an exertion. While G.w.M put up a spirited performance, aiming to energize the crowd, a photo shared on Reddit revealed a disappointingly low turnout at the event.