Tokyo Olympics: Deepak Punia’s coach attacked the referee after defeat, this big action happened

Morad Gaidrov, the foreign coach of India’s wrestler Deepak Punia, has been thrown out of the Tokyo Olympics. Morad is accused of attacking the referee after Deepak Punia’s match on Thursday. Let us tell you that Deepak Punia lost the match 2-4 to Miles Najm Amin of San Marino. At one time Deepak was leading 2-1, but Miles Najm Amin overshadowed the Indian wrestler in the last 10 seconds.

Deepak’s defense was excellent throughout the match, but the San Marino wrestler grabbed the Indian wrestler’s right leg and dropped him in the final moments of the match for the deciding two points.

After this match, Morad Gedrov went to the referee’s room and attacked the referee participating in the match. The World Wrestling Body (FILA) immediately reported the matter to the IOC and also called the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) for an urgent disciplinary hearing on Friday.

Morad Gaidrov was terminated

After WFI apologized, he was let off with a warning. FILA asked what action WFI took against Russia’s Morad Gedrov, to which the Wrestling Federation of India said that he has been terminated.

FILA recommended to the IOC that strict action should be taken against Morad Gedrov. Morad was involved in similar incidents in the past and was let off with a warning.

Gaidrov won the silver medal in the weight category of 74 kg in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He attacked his opponent after losing in the quarter-finals of the 2004 Athens Olympics.

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