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Vanes To Austin Trout: Forget Mundine and Fight Me!

By David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

It has been reported on this site that WBA "regular" junior middleweight champion Austin Trout (23-0) is looking to face Anthony Mundine in Mundine's home country of Australia.

Fellow undefeated junior middleweight Vanes Martirosyan (30-0) is interested in facing Trout. The Armenian fighter feels a fight between young unbeaten fighters is the type of fight that the fans want. 

"Forget Mundine. Austin, let's fight each. We are both young.  Let's give the boxing fans what they want. Me and you for your belt," Martirosyan told BoxingScene.com.

Martirosyan is looking to return to the ring this fall.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by chiguy91 on 07-19-2011

man, this guy is calling everyone out. seems like he just wants a title shot. he should really try and go after other top contenders and earn his shot, that'll get everyone's attention, including the champs at his weight. it'll…

Comment by rey guey on 07-19-2011

Bob Arum is in the entertainmennt business and Vanes isn't an entertaining fighter, his fight against Green was boring. barely survived Ouma and had a close fight with club fighter Saul Roman, where Roman knocked him down. Vanes should have…

Comment by Corelone on 07-19-2011

Vanes is getting treated like a stepchild, he's earned a title fight. As much as any of Canelo's challengers and now Trout has easier game in his sights. Trout has no reason to go to Australia, Mundine is not his…

Comment by rasdun on 07-19-2011

how can anyone say that it's Sulamain when Vanes is ranked so high in the WBC. Sulamain does what he wants wit those rankings - just ask JCC jr. Also, to say his footwork is known to be one of…

Comment by onechance87 on 07-19-2011

[QUOTE=sebastianb7312;10864452]I doubt that...The guy is ranked nmbr 4 in RIng mag, and number one ranked in WBC and WBO. Its more has to do with Sulaiman than Top Rank...I can see your a Canello fan... So maybe Canello should step…

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