Not that Campbell didn't land, he sure did, but there is no way Nevin only had three successful shots.
Nevin getting a bit wild there...
The chant is Campbell, Campbell and he has started the second round very well with a couple of good shots that should be scores. John Joe possible getting a bit over-anxious?
Campbell lands a great right cross. He's good at doing that while moving away. Very good straight right from John Joe.
Nevin's left catches Campbell's head but GB boxer catches Nevin on the side of the head.
A cracking right by Nevin surely stunned Campbell.
Nevin the aggressor. Campbell is very good on the retreat to counter. John Joe has come back into this round. Not really sure what way it's going though, level enough perhaps. Two good scores from Campbell though.
John Joe wins the round by one and now trails by one 9-8. All to play for for the man from Mullingar.
Round 2 score: 5-4 to Nevin, 9-8 overall to Campbell.
Nevin gets level there...
Indeed yes, thanks for feedback, John Joe is in red. I could actually see that! It's the tension has actually made me blind. Not much good to you guys.
Nevin has started round 3 very well.
Campbell lands with right jab followed by left hook.
Wild left misses CAmpbell...
John Joe lands a left and makes Campbell miss.
A count for Nevin... one point against him.
Disaster for John Joe, as he is put on his rear by a brilliant left. That's only one point though.
A minute to go, he's probably two or three down now.
I think its tighter than that..
It's over, I think Campbell has won....
It's over, Campbell wins in my eyes. John Joe pumps his fist but it's a forlorn effort.
14-11 to Luke Campbell. No arguments
I was impressed with Campbell, he was a very good counter-puncher.
A silver medal for John Joe Nevin. And it's not that he didn't perform in the final, he did. Onwards and upwards.
"Sick to my stomach" - Kenny Egan
Bernard Dunne points out that Nevin didn't move as well as he did previously, said he was predictable.
Mick Dowling puts that down to Luke Campbell not letting Nevin box well.
Paddy Barnes gives the thumbs up as he comes out for his bronze medal.
SNAP! Jamaica have won gold in the men’s 4x100 metres relay in a world record time of 36.84 seconds.
For those that didn't know, Shiming Zuo, who beat Barnes on countback, won the final. He was that close.