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Darchinyan vs Ambunda on September 3 in Armenia?

by Jhonny Gonzalez

According to overseas reports, IBO bantamweight champion Vic Darchinyan (36-3, 27KOs) will defend his title on September 3 in Armenia. Darchinyan's opponent has been mentioned as 30-year-old undefeated Paulus Ambunda (15-0, 9KOs). Ambunda's fights have all been held in Namibia and he would be taking a big step up in competition against a boxer on the level of Darchinyan.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Corelone on 07-05-2011

He's going to be fighting drunks in bars soon if this s**t keeps up. He's fighting AmBumda in Armenia? No disrespect meant, I'm just saying, that's a long way down the food chain. It's kind of like watching a lion…

Comment by sebastianb7312 on 07-05-2011

Who cares about this weak fight...? I dont.. and yes he should go up to SB and fight Montiel... The guy has done it all in BW...Just make a super fight with Darch vs Donaire and Vanes vs Freckles Boy…

Comment by giacomino on 07-05-2011

He is fighting who?

Comment by Outworn on 07-05-2011

Why the fukk is Vic still in batamweight? I thought he is moving up to super batamweight already. Cmon fight Montiel already..

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