Trayvon Martin Verdict — I’m Ashamed to Wear U.S. Flag … Says Olympic Boxer

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U.S. Olympic boxer Terrell Gausha is so disgusted over the George Zimmerman verdict … he”s vowing to never sport the red, white and blue again.

Gausha — who boxed in the 2012 London Summer Games — started wearing the American flag on his boxing trunks after his Olympic run … but tells our sources he”s done with that now in the wake of Zimmerman”s acquittal in the killing of Trayvon Martin.

Terrell adds, “How can I wear my stars and stripes proudly in a country where they make a big deal out of Mike Vick fighting dogs; but not a young innocent black male”s life.”

Gausha added, “When I represented my country in the Olympics I was proud to wear my flag. I even wore it on my head on the way to the ring. What happened this weekend was a slap in the face.”

Gausha has turned pro — so he”s not eligible for the U.S. team in 2016 — but doesn”t sound like he”s interested … telling us he refuses to rep a “nation with so much racism and hatred.”