Boxing: Men’s Finals
From 1.30pm BBC1, BBC Olympics 3
The strongest boxing nation now is Ukraine – they've been working hard at it and it's a huge country, but they also happen to have a clutch of very good boxers. They have the favourite for the lightweight final (1.45pm), Vasyl Lomachenko. He won gold in Beijing and got the trophy for the best boxer of the tournament. To beat him you're going to have to hit him with a sledgehammer.
Luke Campbell won bantamweight gold last night and Britain have two more contenders today: Freddie Evans in the welterweight final (2.15pm) and, at super heavyweight, Anthony Joshua. He could do what Audley Harrison did in 2000. Joshua beat Italy’s defending Olympic champion, Roberto Cammarelle - his opponent in today's final at 3.15pm - in the world championship quarter-finals.
If Joshua gets a gold, as a heavyweight pro he can write his own ticket. He can box and he can punch as well. When you turn pro you need what Barry McGuigan called "the old equaliser" – the ability to knock guys down. If you become the Olympic heavyweight champion – look at Frazier, Foreman, Wladimir Klitschko - it has more cachet round the world than the Olympic 100m. You're the best man on the planet. Jim Neilly