Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan punished Jorge Arce.

Yes,he did it!!!
Our Vic Darchinyan once more proved that he is a great boxer.
Congratulations Vic from all armenians around the world!

Undisputed super flyweight champion Vаkhtang Darchinyan punished Jorge Arce with powerful left hooks from the opening bell on his way to an 11th-round knockout Saturday night.

Darchinyan retained his WBA, WBC and IBF belts with the victory over the determined but outclassed Arce.

Arce’s face was covered with blood and his knees were buckling as he took punches on the ropes in the closing seconds of the 11th round. The ring physician examined a gash near the fighter’s right eye and determined he should not come out for the 12th.

Darchinyan (32-1-1, 26 knockouts) began jolting Arce with both hooks and straight punches with his left hand in the first round, and continued hitting him squarely in the face the rest of the fight, mixing in a few straight rights that also found their target.

Although he was taking a lot of blows, Arce (51-5-1) was the aggressor most of the fight, wading in swinging but not landing many solid punches while Darchinyan was pounding him.

Darchinyan, a native of Armenia who lives in Sydney, wobbled his foe from Los Mochis, Mexico, several times, but there were no knockdowns.

The champion lost just one round on each of the three judges’ cards; two had Arce winning the third round, another had him winning the fourth.

Undisputed super flyweight champion Vic Darchinyan punished Jorge Arce with powerful left hooks from the opening bell on his way to an 11th-round knockout Saturday night.

Darchinyan retained his WBA, WBC and IBF belts with the victory over the determined but outclassed Arce.

Arce’s face was covered with blood and his knees were buckling as he took punches on the ropes in the closing seconds of the 11th round. The ring physician examined a gash near the fighter’s right eye and determined he should not come out for the 12th.

Darchinyan (32-1-1, 26 knockouts) began jolting Arce with both hooks and straight punches with his left hand in the first round, and continued hitting him squarely in the face the rest of the fight, mixing in a few straight rights that also found their target.

Although he was taking a lot of blows, Arce (51-5-1) was the aggressor most of the fight, wading in swinging but not landing many solid punches while Darchinyan was pounding him.

Darchinyan, a native of Armenia who lives in Sydney, wobbled his foe from Los Mochis, Mexico, several times, but there were no knockdowns.

The champion lost just one round on each of the three judges’ cards; two had Arce winning the third round, another had him winning the fourth.

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One response to “Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan punished Jorge Arce.

  1. Ani

    I guarantee you will like this article🙂

    http://www.411mania.com/sports/boxing/96679

    […]
    “Vic talks a lot of crap,” a friend of mine told me the other day: “But he actually backs it up.” That seems to be the case. The little big man reminds me of bare knuckle fighters of nineteenth century: he is in the ring to do damage and he is not completely satisfied unless he knocks you out. That is good news for his fans, not so much for his opponents.
    […]

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