Team GB’s Galal Yafai has emulated Anthony Joshua by winning Olympic gold.
Watford-born Joshua was the Olympic gold medallist in the super-heavyweight division at the London Games in 2012.
Staffordshire star Frazer Clarke won bronze in that same weight category two days before Yafai set foot in the ring.
Filipino fighter Paalam, the 2019 Southeast Asian champion, took silver, while Ryomei Tanaka won bronze for Japan.
Yafai, who was already the Commonwealth champion, emulates the achievement of fellow Britons Campbell (2012), Harrison (2000) and Joshua (2012) in winning boxing gold.
“I think the big boys will always get most of the attention and I would rather watch an Anthony Joshua fight than one of my brothers!” he told The Sun.
“The heavyweights are just more interesting, I’d rather watch a couple of dinosaurs fight than a couple of little birds.
“The lower weights might have the better technical boxers but the heavyweights is where the excitement is and I don’t think that is ever going to change in boxing, or any sport.
“But I watched my brother Kal become a world champion in his class and I believe I can achieve that.
“And I don’t need the £10million – £20m-per-fight that AJ and the heavyweight champions get.”