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While rival dances in waiting room, Michael Phelps gives him the death stare

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Michael Phelps booked his place in the final of the men’s 200-meter butterfly final despite finishing second in his heat.

Phelps, who won his 19th Olympic gold on Sunday, was edged out by Hungary’s Tamas Kenderesi but was still the second fastest qualifier.

South African competitor Chad le Clos came in third.

Le Clos beat Phelps in the 200-meter butterfly in 2012 at the London Olympics.

Since then, many have looked forward to their rematch in the 2016 Olympics.

Before the semifinal race Monday night, Phelps was caught grimacing at le Clos, who was dancing and shadow boxing in front of him before the race.

You can watch Phelps, le Clos and Kenderesi face off in the men’s 200-meter butterfly final tonight on KFOR.