World Taekwondo Grand Prix: British fighter Mahama Cho wins

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Sudden-death power punch wins Cho title

British fighter Mahama Cho wins the +80kg heavyweight division at the inaugural World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.

The Ivory Coast-born fighter defeated Brazil's Guilherme Felix in sudden-death, scoring the crucial point with a power punch and tells BBC Sport's Nick Hope he is "proud" of the achievement.

The fighter moved to the UK at the age of seven and represented Britain at the 2011 World Championships in South Korea.

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