What up Bam, hope everything's good in your pink and flowery world!
DeGale was the sleeper on the team. He was good, had a bit of experience, but nobody expected a gold medal from him. I think he'll do well as a pro. He's a slick boxer-type, switch hits, has long arms and uses his reflexes to avoid punches. If he works on his power and toughens up (although he showed good mental fortitude to beat the Cuban) he can make big noise in the middleweight division.
It's a shame, though, that he hasn't gotten the same kind of press that Audley Harrison or Amir Khan got in previous Olympics. I'm not sure why, he might have got lost in the wave of British triumphs at the Beijing Olympics, but he's supposedly been offered £1 million already to go pro, so here's hoping!