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Photo/Weights: Dmitry Pirog 159, Martirosyan 158

By Alexey Sukachev

The weights are in for this Sunday’s world championship showdown between WBO middleweight titleholder Dmitry Pirog (18-0, 14 KOs) and his WBO mandatory counterpart Gennady Martirosyan (22-2, 11 KOs). Pirog weighed in at 159.8-pounds, while the much shorter Russia-based Armenian tipped the scales at 158-pounds. Pirog vs. Martirosyan will be the first ever all-Russian title fight, with a boxer-puncher facing a slugger. The event starts at 7:30 PM LT at Olympic Sports Hall in Krasnodar, Russia.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Bierstadt on 09-25-2011

What channel are you guys getting on the stream. It's supposed to be Russia 2 (Rossiya 2), which is scheduled to air it. Though they are still not finished with the volleyball game they were scheduled to show before the…

Comment by sweet-s on 09-25-2011

Does anybody have a working stream? The one posted by Bierstadt doesn't show anything. Has the event started already? I guess it should be 9.30 pm in Krasnodar by now. Really appreciate any streams that work.

Comment by sako5 on 09-25-2011

[QUOTE=Bierstadt;11205371][url]http://livetv.ru/eventinfo/89708_dmitry_pirog_vanes_martirosyan/[/url] This site is pretty reliable for Russian sports streams. But lmao @ them labeling this event as Vanes Martirosyan. :lol1: Fight's at 21:50 Krasnodar time. So in about eight hours.[/QUOTE] Thanks and great pic of Vic right there !…

Comment by minasyan on 09-25-2011

Thanks and great sig

Comment by Bierstadt on 09-25-2011

[url]http://livetv.ru/eventinfo/89708_dmitry_pirog_vanes_martirosyan/[/url] This site is pretty reliable for Russian sports streams. But lmao @ them labeling this event as Vanes Martirosyan. :lol1: Fight's at 21:50 Krasnodar time. So in about eight hours.

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