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Vanes Martirosyan Targets: I Can Beat Sergio Martinez!

By Chris LaBate

Undefeated WBC silver junior middleweight champion Vanes Martirosyan would like to get his shot at the king of the middleweights, Sergio Martinez. Martirosyan is in line to face the full WBC champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, but has his doubts about the young Mexican accepting the challenge. He believes Martinez would accept the challenge. Martinez faces unbeaten British boxer Darren Barker on October 1.

"Everybody that has a title, I want you. But, I would love to fight Sergio Martinez. Me and him would be a great fight. I would love to step in and fight him, even at 160. I think I could beat him and I would love the opportunity to fight him," Vanes told OnTheGrind Boxing Radio.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mushahadeen on 06-19-2011

easy win 4 vanes.

Comment by Cash Cow on 06-19-2011

[QUOTE=Spice Boy FTW;10711705] After Rhodes beats Alvarez you should try and set up a fight with him. I'm guessing you won't though.[/QUOTE] [B][CENTER]:haha: :sad6:[/CENTER][/B]

Comment by ronnie_N. on 06-19-2011

great fight since both fighter fought bums all through out their career...

Comment by GRUSTLER on 06-18-2011

[QUOTE=STRUGG;10713892]LOL.............sure you can....................floyd on the other hand...........doesnt want any of sergio.....................[/QUOTE] Yeah, like Pac excuse of being too small after he won Sergio's title vacantly that Martinez was stripped for, from a non ranked fighter coming back from a bad…

Comment by GRUSTLER on 06-18-2011

[QUOTE=Ringlife;10713879]Lou needs to do a better job with Sergio cuz he's a super star and he ducks no one[/QUOTE] Sergio needs an agent, PR and Marketing guy. He has to do magazines, TV appearances and so forth. The thing is…

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