Vic Darchinyan Willing To Move Up For Arce Rematch
By Mark Vester
Elias Nassar, manager of IBO bantamweight champion Vic Darchinyan (36-3-1, 27KOs), has advised BoxingScene.com that his fighter is willing to move up in weight to challenge WBO super bantamweight champ Jorge Arce (57-6-2, 44KOs). In 2009, Darchinyan stopped Arce in eleven rounds in a super flyweight contest. The ringside doctor stopped the fight before the start of the twelfth after examining bad cuts above both of Arce's eyes. Last Saturday night in Las Vegas, Arce captured his WBO title with a twelve round stoppage of previously undefeated Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.
Another murder by Darchy boy. Only this time it goes faster, 7 rounds max.Comment by Hack and slash on 05-10-2011
[QUOTE=Bierstadt;10514867]Vic didn't decision Perez, fye. Donaire's not knocking anyone out at the moment, is he? He's not even fighting anytime in the foreseeable future.[/QUOTE] oh was it not a decision? that's technical decision, shortly DECISION. check your facts before rebutting,…Comment by Bierstadt on 05-10-2011
[QUOTE=Hack and slash;10514403]yeah, vic was the one who held the three belts until donaire destroyed this raging bullsh*t!.. cut the crap of Donaire waiting on vic to get old, vic kissed the floor the last time they met. FYI Donaire…Comment by Hack and slash on 05-10-2011
[QUOTE=hyeduk;10513109]for those who don't know, Darchinyan was the first who signed the contract against Donaire. Darchinyan was the one who held three belts, not Donaire. If Donaire(or his promoter) wanted to fight Vic, then he could have done so as…Comment by sdcluser on 05-10-2011
[QUOTE=El [email protected]@PR;10510433]Im up for it, make it happend!!!!!![/QUOTE] 2x 10 charsPost a Comment/View More User Comments (23)