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Vic Darchinyan Gets Good Sparring From Czar Amonsot

SYDNEY - Vic Darchinyan has traded blows with a renowned warrior several divisions above him, as he prepares to fight the much taller Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno in a bantamweight boxing unification world title bout. IBO champion Darchinyan left Australia on Saturday bound for Los Angeles where he will continue his preparations for the December 3 clash with Panama's WBA Super title holder.

Fellow southpaw Moreno will enjoy a considerable height advantage of around seven centimetres. He has spent much of his career at bantamweight while Darchinyan has moved through the divisions from flyweight.

Darchinyan has been sparring with Filipino lightweight and southpaw Czar Amonsot, who is almost as tall as Moreno and is best known for his epic 12 round contest with Australian Michael Katsidis.

"He's given me good sparring, I'm happy with my speed and my power."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Pastrano on 11-14-2011

[QUOTE=bulldognyc;11417834]vic has the mic skills to be a wwe superstar haha. i really like him, he's got a lot of dog in him as a fighter. this will be a good scrap.[/QUOTE] Well said.:beerchug: Vic is the meanest, most ferocious…

Comment by Mr. Ryan on 11-14-2011

Amonsot should not be in the ring after suffering a subdural hematoma in his fight with Katsidis, it's just not safe. I worry about his safety if he continues.

Comment by hyeduk on 11-14-2011

Next thing you know, Vic is sparring with Klitchko lol

Comment by sebastianb7312 on 11-13-2011

Vic equals to beast.. Warrior equals to Vic!

Comment by bulldognyc on 11-13-2011

vic has the mic skills to be a wwe superstar haha. i really like him, he's got a lot of dog in him as a fighter. this will be a good scrap.

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