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HyeFighter Manny Gamburyan Gets ROBBED AGAIN At UFC 141

HyeFighter Manny Gamburyan said he was going to beat Diego Nunes and he did just that on Friday night at UFC 141, however, he was ROBBED again by the HORRIBLE judging!!!! I call BULLSHIT!!!!

The judges seemed to have been watching a soccer match and scoring on kicks only.  Manny was clearly the aggressor and always taking the fight to Nunes.  Nunes fought like a prima donna staying outside and kicking Many.  Once again a horrible decision by the judges.  Merry Christmas to Nunes for this gift given to him by the Nevada Athletic commission.

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HyeFighter Documentary


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Two years ago, we started shooting a documentary about the HyeFighters. We wanted to introduce our phenomenal athletes to the Armenian community and gain their on-going support.  Along the way, we were able to get to know a number of the MMA HyeFighters.  As you watch the video below, you will notice a lot has changed for a number of these MMA fighters, and at the same time much is still the same.  The insatiable desire to win and succeed is a commonality among all of these athletes, but they each have their own stories and reasons for doing what they love to do.

It is our hope that this “teaser” will shed a different light on these fighter and bring out the fact that they can be any one of our brothers.  The fact that they are all Armenian is merely a testament to our drive and competitive nature as a people.  We hope you will enjoy this short film just as much as we did making it.  We spent time with Karo Parisyan, Georgi Karakhanyan, Karen Darabedyan, Jared Papazian, Gegard Mousasi and Ando Dermenjyan.  We plan on doing the same with Armenian Boxers as well as Kickboxers.

Special thanks to Andreh Haftvani and Araz Araradian for producing this, Ruben Avendano for shooting the fils and Karlo babakhanyan for creating the original HyeFighter theme music. Thank you all for your dedication and vision:

ENJOY THIS SHORT DOCUMENTARY AND GET TO KNOW OUR FIGHTERS ON A PERSONAL LEVEL:

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Behind The Scene Video From HyeFighter Mousasi’s Strikeforce fight

Check out some of the cool behind the scenes footage of HyeFighter Gegard Mousasi’s trip to San Diego for his Strikeforce fight against OSP.  Thanks to Marlon Bizzo for the footage:

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HyeFighter Mousasi Works His Way To A Victory

Maybe it was his loss to Muhammed ‘King Mo’ Lawal, but HyeFighter Gegard Mousasi was determined to show off his improved wrestling against Ovince St-Preux.

The methodology worked well with Mousasi landing several takedowns en route to a unanimous decision win.

It was apparent in the opening moments that St-Preux, who took his biggest step up in competition with this fight, was slightly overwhelmed by the moment with a very slow start. Mousasi took advantage by swooping in for a takedown and almost grabbing a kimura.

St-Preux scrambled and got out, and that moment seemed to wake him up from his haze, but it didn’t prevent Mousasi for more of the same as the fight wore on.

Mousasi continued to grab takedowns while looking to improve positions, and even landed in the crucifix where he started to unload shots on trapped Ovince St-Preux, but the round came to an end before he could potentially end the fight.

The final round was a much more back and forth affair with St-Preux finally landing some big shots and attempting a D’arce choke, but Mousasi battled free. It appeared that by the end of the 15-minute war that Mousasi was struggling for air, which he explained after the fight ended.
“I don’t want to make excuses, but I was sick before the fight and it took a lot of my conditioning away. I think I did enough to win,” Mousasi said.

The win does move Mousasi back into place where he may have the chance to reclaim the Strikeforce light heavyweight title he held once upon a time. Of course, Mousasi would be happy for that chance, or if he has to fight another contender first, that would be satisfying as well.

“If I were to get the chance, I would definitely do it,” said Mousasi. “But there are some other contenders for the title so maybe an elimination fight with Mike Kyle, (Rafael) Feijao, King Mo and me.”

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Some behind the scenes pictures:

 

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Exclusive Interview With New HyeFighter Champion Georgi Karakhanyan


Our good friends at Urartu Productions bring us another exclusive interview with newly crowned Tachi Palace Fights Champion, HyeFighter Georgi “Insane” Karakhanyan.

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HyeFighter Lemieux Loses On Majority Decision

On Saturday night, with a new trainer in his corner, Marc Ramsay, HyeFighter David Lemieux lost again for the second time in his young career.

Joachim Alcine captured a 12-round majority decision against Lemieux, claiming Lemieux’s World Boxing Council International middleweight title in the process at the Bell Centre.

Alcine, fighting in Montreal for the first time in two years, is a former World Boxing Association super-welterweight champion.

Alcine, 35, improved to 33-2-1, while the 22-year-old Lemieux lost his second consecutive bout and is now 25-2.

Judges Jean Lapointe and Claude Paquette both scored the bout for Alcine, 116-112. The third official, Jack Woodburn, had it even, 114-114.

The Gazette gave Lemieux a slight edge, 115-114.

Lemieux is a hard puncher and heavy hitter, but the judges obviously felt he was too one-dimensional.

Alcine finished the bout strongly and was clearly the fresher of the two. Lemieux had never fought past the 10th round in his career, as evidenced by his 24 knockouts.

It was an entertaining fight, with both taking turns scoring with combinations. At the same time, when each fighter was trapped against the ropes, he would sustain damage.

Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/Joachim+Alcine+beats+David+Lemieux+Bell+Centre+bout/5842988/story.html#ixzz1gCR7pBIJ

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HyeFighters’ Fathers Interview

Our good friends at Urartu Productions, got this exclusive interview with Mr. Norik Martirosyan and Mr. Ruben Darchinyan, fathers of HyeFighters Vanes Martirosyan and Vic Darchinyan, last week as Vic Darchinyan was preparing for his fight at the Glendale Fighting Club.

Both Mr. Martirosyan and Mr. Darchinyan shared some personal stories about their sons and Vanes spoke about his transition into fatherhood.  It is important to remember that Champions are made, not born, and these proud fathers have played the most important roles in building the HyeFighter Champions that we as a people are so very proud of.  And for that, we would like to thank Mr. Norik Martirosyan and Mr. Ruben Darchinyan.

Enjoy the Interview!!!

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HyeFighter Lemieux Ready For Saturday

HyeFighter & Knockout artist David Lemieux (25-1 24KO) said all the right things Wednesday afternoon as the middleweight put the final touches on his preparations at a public workout session in advance of this Saturday’s local match-up against former world champion Joachim Alcine (32-2-1 19KO) at the Bell Centre in Montreal. There was the talk of how new trainer Marc Ramsay was just what the doctor ordered; how he had learned valuable lessons from his only defeat, a stunning knockout loss to the hands of Marco Antonio Rubio in April; how he is prepared for twelve tough rounds against a quality opponent in Alcine.

But scratch below the surface a little bit and it won’t take much to uncover the one man wrecking crew who scored 24 knockouts in his first 25 professional fights.

When asked by Fightnews if he felt like a bull anxiously waiting to break from the gate, Lemieux heartily agreed, “Oh yeah, a steaming bull, trying to get out of this gate, I miss it. I’ve been very anxious to get back into the ring, but I don’t want to rush into it too early, that’s why I wanted to wait a while before coming back, I wanted to be well prepared and make sure I’m prepared to fight in the ring and not make the same mistakes I made before.”

Those mistakes saw an experienced Rubio absorb everything the 22-year could throw before turning the tables in the 6th round, a place Lemieux had only been once before in his 4 year career. Rubio finished what he started in the next round and quickly stopped the young buck, or bull, sending him to his first defeat.”

In Alcine, Lemieux gets both an opponent with a questionable chin; Alcine lost his WBA junior-middleweight title when he was stopped suddenly by Daniel Santos in 2008 and was destroyed by Alfredo Angulo a year ago. But he also has an experienced opponent who has the capabilities to bring the youngster into deep water, a place Lemieux did not fare well in last time out.

“My last fight, I forgot it, it’s behind me now,” Lemieux told Fightnews, “I’ve changed the page, I made some mistakes and I’m not going to make those mistakes again. The whole nutrition aspect, the way I was eating, a lot of things have changed. My training methods, even my team, it’s all now in the past and now it’s a new beginning. What I’ve learned from yesterday makes me today a better fighter.”

While Lemieux says he is good shape and can handle going twelve round without a problem, don’t expect the powerhouse to take his foot off the accelerator at anytime during the Saturday’s fight. “I’m not going to change my way of fighting to prove to the public that I can do twelve rounds. I did my homework at the gym and now if I finish my exam an hour and a half before the bell rings, then it’s not my problem, I did what I have to do, to accomplish what I need to accomplish.”

Trainer Marc Ramsay also agrees, “When you have an opportunity to end a fight, you do it, that’s my philosophy in boxing, but the thing is that David right now is really prepared for twelve full rounds. A lot of people feel that Joachim can be knocked out, but I can’t count on that. I have to be prepared for everything that Joachim brings to a fight and that means boxing skills and everything and make sure that we cover everything. I can’t just sit back and expect a knockout.”

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HyeFighter Abraham Will Fight Farias On January 14


HyeFighter King Arthur Abraham (32-3, 26 KOs) will make his hotly-anticipated comeback on January 14 when he takes on Argentina´s Pablo Oscar Natalio Farias (19-1, 11 KOs) in Offenburg, Germany. “We are looking forward to seeing Arthur back in the ring,” Team Sauerland General Manager Chris Meyer said. “We have found a tough opponent for him. The fight against Farias will be no walk in the park.”

It will be Abraham´s first fight since losing to WBA Super-Middleweight Champion Andre Ward in the semi-finals of the Super Six World Boxing Classic. “I want to put on a good fight for my fans,” King Arthur said. “Of course I have learned from my defeats. But now is the time to look ahead and get ready to fight again. I want to win back the hearts of my fans, and in order to do so, I need a convincing victory. January 14 will be the start of something new for me. I want to begin the new year with an exciting victory and then set my sights on a world title again.”

Farias has never been beaten by knockout or decision. His only loss was a disqualification when he punched after the “break”-command. “We have analysed him on tape,” coach Ulli Wegner said. “He´s a tough guy with a lot of fighting spirit. He will be difficult to beat. But Arthur knows that he needs to put on a convincing performance. It will be an interesting encounter.” The fight will be contested above the middleweight limit.

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Off Night For Darchinyan

HyeFighter Vic Darchinyan has the ring name “The Raging Bull”, but his Panamanian opponent Anselmo Moreno got on his bike and just rode around the ring refusing to engage and settled on winning by points.  The referee didnt help the situation much either.  Deducting a point from Vic for throwing Moreno off of him because Moreno was holding his arm, not deducting a point from Moreno for a low blow that required time to recuperate, and calling a knockdown a slip.

Darchinyan, looking for an early knockout, swung his trademark powerful blows and Moreno ducked, weaved and backed away in a display of defensive boxing. He came to duck and NOT fight.

The three judges were impressed and scored the lopsided unanimous points win to Moreno.

“He was ducking too much and I couldn’t fight him,” Darchinyan, said after Saturday’s fight inside the 19,000-seat Honda Center arena in Anaheim CA.

“He was going for points. He wasn’t going for the knockdown and I lost the fight.”
The 26-year-old Moreno has never been knocked down or stopped in his 34 fight professional career and revealed he set out to frustrate Darchinyan.

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HyeFighter Karakhanyan WINS The Tachi Fights Featherweight CHAMPIONSHIP

HyeFighter Georgi Karakhanyan is the NEW Featherweight Champion of Tachi Palace Fights!!!!

Round 1 – Featherweight title fight in the main event. Georgi scores first with the kick. Georgi lands a big head kick, and slips. Isaac comes back with a right hand and a leg kick. Georgi with the high kick again. It’s partially blocked. Isaac punches, then lands a blistering kick to the body. Damn. Georgi goes to the head again with a front kick. Inside leg kick by both guys. Isaac throws a right, and Georgi fires up the middle with a knee. To the clinch now. Isaac has his back on the cage. Georgi with the dirty boxing. Isaac gets a throw, and falls into an armbar. Isaac tapped! The ref didn’t see it. Georgi re-adjusts his grip and the arm is extended like crazy! Looks like another tap, the referee misses it again. Isaac survives stands over Georgi, and throws a big right hand. He dives into the guard. Georgi goes to the triangle and it looks tight. He taps, and Georgi holds it a little longer this time. He taps again, and it’s finally stopped. Amazingly, after the fight is stopped, Isaac is adamant that he didn’t tap, but was slapping the face of Karakhanyan. Wow…

OFFICIAL RESULT: Georgi Karakhanyan def. Isaac DeJesus by submission (triangle choke) Rd 1 (4:02)

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HyeFighter Tolmajyan WINS

Some are calling this an upset win, however we at HyeFighters NEVER had a doubt!!!

HyeFighter featherweight Gabriel Tolmajyan won an eight round split-decision over previously-unbeaten Daulis Prescott. The Armenian-born Tolmajyan, (12-1-1, 3 KO’s) from Glendale, CA, built up an early lead in the first three rounds before Prescott aggressively came on in the fourth round, landing right hands to the head. Tolmajyan dropped Prescott (23-1, 17 KO’s) in the fifth round with a counter right hook to the head. The last three rounds were close as Prescott, from Barranquilla, Colombia, pressed the fight while the southpaw Tolmajyan countered on the inside. One judge scored the fight 76-75 in favor of Prescott, while the other two judges scored the bout 76-75 for Tolmajyan. HyeFighters.com scored the bout 77-74 in favor of Tolmajyan. Prescott is the younger brother of former contender Breidis Prescott.

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Big Month For HyeFighters

Over the course of the next month, UFC’s Manny Gamburyan, Strikeforce’s Gegard Mousasi and boxers Vic Darchinyan and David Lemieux will be just some of the participants in fights held throughout Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego, Canada, Germany and Spain

by MANOUK AKOPYAN

The holiday season is all about giving – and that’s exactly what some of biggest Armenian names, collectively known as the HyeFighters, in the sports of boxing and mixed martial arts will be doing as they cap off the calendar year in fighting style.

Over the course of the next month, UFC’s Manny Gamburyan, Strikeforce’s Gegard Mousasi and boxers Vic Darchinyan and David Lemieux will be just some of the participants in fights held throughout Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego, Canada, Germany and Spain.

Check out the full schedule of fights below:

DECEMBER 2 (Boxing): Gabriel Tolmajyan (11-1-1, 3 KOs) will face the toughest test of his young career when he takes on Colombian Daulis Prescott (23-0, 17 KOs) at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez, California.

Tickets start at $35 and can be purchased here.

DECEMBER 2 (Boxing): Light welterweight Roman “Junito” Vardanyan (1-0-1) will be fighting Cosimo Borgo, who’ll be making his pro debut at the Pabellon Municipal in Spain. The 18 year-old Vardanyan was born in Yerevan and fights out of Valencia, Spain.

DECEMBER 2 (MMA): Two-time Bellator tournament competitor Georgi Karakhanyan (16-3-1) will take on former champion Isaac DeJesus (9-3) for a vacant 145-pound featherweight title. The 26-year-old Karakhanyan, who trains out of Millennia MMA, one of California’s mixed martial arts schools, is looking to pick up his third victory since April.

The fight will take place at the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino in Lemoore, California under the promotion titled TPF 11 – Redemption, and can be viewed live on Sherdog.com.

DECEMBER 3 (BOXING): Vic Darchinyan will be headlining a triad of Armenian boxers when he faces off against Anselmo Moreno for the WBA Bantamweight Super Championship December 3 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

Darchinyan’s fight will be televised as a co-feature on Showtime. Tickets are at priced at $25, $50. $100 and $150 and are on sale at all Ticketmaster locations, online at ticketmaster.com, via charge-by-phone at 800-745-3000, the Honda Center Box Office, or in Glendale/Burbank area by contacting us.

DECEMBER 10 (Boxing): Canadian-Armenian David Lemieux (25-1-1, 24 KOs) will look to rebound off of his first career loss when he takes on Joachim Alcine (32-2-1, 19 KOs) for the WBC International Middleweight Title.

Lemieux’s corner stopped his ESPN televised fight in April against veteran Marco Antonio Rubio after he was knocked down in the seventh round, and failed to protect himself from a barrage of punches after he got up. At the time of the stoppage, Lemieux was comfortably ahead on all three judges scorecards.

“For my return I wanted a significant bout and I am happy about this opportunity. This time, if I need 12 rounds, I will be ready,” Lemieux said.

The 22 year-old Montreal-based Lemieux is currently ranked as the No. 3 middleweight by the WBC.

His fight against Alcine will take place in Quebec, Canada at the Bell Centre. For tickets, pricing and more information, click here.

DECEMBER 10 (Boxing): Harut Sahakyan, an undefeated (4-0) light middleweight, has a date set for Dec. 10 against Tony Harrison (4-0) of Detroit. The bout will take place at the ESPRIT arena in Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

DECEMBER 17 (MMA): Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Gegard Mousasi (31-3-2) will return to the cage against Ovince St. Preux (5-0) at the Valley View Casino in San Diego.

Mousasi will be making his fifth appearance on the Strikeforce promotion. The fight will be televised as a co-feature on Showtime. Tickets start at $49, and can be purchased through Ticketmaster here.

DECEMBER 30 (MMA): Manny “The Anvil” Gamburyan (13-7) will be taking on Diego Nunes (16-2) in UFC 141 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Gamburyan will be making his seventh appearance in UFC, and will be looking to regain his form after losing his previous two fights. Nunes will be looking to rebound from a defeat himself from another Armenian – Kenny Florian – in the UFC 131 held in June.

UFC 141 can be ordered on pay-per view and tickets, starting at $85, can be purchased through Ticketmaster here.

FULL SCHEDULE OF ALL OF THE DECEMBER FIGHTS FOR HYEFIGHTERS:

1st Karen Avetisyan KO's Bobir Mirzaev at the Sport Palace, Barnaul, RussiaWIN - BOXING - KO in Round 1
1st Rudolf Asaturyan beats Ravshanbek Jabbarov via UD at the Sport Palace, Barnaul, RussiaWIN - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
2ndGeorgi Karakhanyan beats Isaac DeJesus at Tachi Palace Fights in Lemoore CA Wins the 145 pound Championship TITLE!!!
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WIN - MMA - TRIANGLE CHOKE ROUND 1
2ndGapo Tolmajyan beats Daulis Prescott via SD at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez, California,
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WIN - BOXING - SPLIT DECISION
2ndRoman Vardanyan beats Cosimo Borgo at the Pabellon Municipal, in Valencia, SpainWIN - BOXING -
2ndSimon Kaezyan loses to Karim Camara via points at the Gymnase du Clos de l'Arche, in Seine-Saint-Denis, FranceLOSS - BOXING - DECISION
2ndTiran Mkrtschjan and Salvatore Vancardo fight to a DRAW at the SAP-Arena, in Baden-Württemberg, GermanyDRAW - BOXING
2ndHarut Sahakyan and Patrick Dobroschi fight to a DRAW at the SAP-Arena in Baden-Württemberg, GermanyDRAW - BOXING
3rdVic Darchinyan loses to Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California
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LOSS - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
3rdHovik Zakarian Wins in ParisWIN - MMA
3rdRuben Movsesian loses to Anthony Mezaache via TKO at the Gymnase Georges Racine, in Hauts-de-Seine, FranceLOSS - BOXING - TKO in the 1st round
3rdHarut Sahakyan TKO's Torsten Roos at the Fightclub in Nordrhein-Westfalen, GermanyWIN - BOXING - TKO Round 5
7thVolodimir Nikolyan loses to Maxim Chemezov via UD at the Markstadt, Chelyabinsk, RussiaLOSS - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
10thDavid Lemieux loses to Joachim Alcine at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada via MD for the WBC International middleweight title!!
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LOSS - BOXING - Majority Decision
10thKhoren Gevor and Baker Barakat fight to a DRAW at the Sommer-Rodelbahn in GermanyDRAW - BOXING
10thSimon Karzyan TKO's Darius Solowiej at the Maison des sports, in Ardennes, FranceWIN - BOXING - TKO in Round 1
10thAgnesse Boza beats Angelina Galushjak at the Night Club Faraon in Riga, LatviaWIN - BOXING - Corner Stoppage in Round 3
11thTiran Mkrtschjan KO's Daniel Schulte at the Halle Essen-Stelle in Nordrhein-Westfalen, GermanyWIN - BOXING - KO at 0:57 of Round 1
16thArman Ovsepyan KO's Jorge Pimentel at the El Faro Discount Center in Vernon, California to win the vacant USA California State light middleweight titleWIN - BOXING - KO Round 2 of 8
16thVahe Saruhanyan beats Juan Reyes via UD at the El Faro Discount Center in Vernon, CaliforniaWIN - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
16thMikheil Avakian loses to Sofiane Takoucht via KO at the Gennevilliers, Hauts-de-Seine, FranceLOSS - BOXING - KO in round 4, out of 8n
16thKakhaber Avetisian beats Guillaume Salingue via UD at the Salle CS Rostant, in Pas-de-Calais, FranceWIN - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
17thGegard Mousasi beats Ovince St. Preux at the Strikeforce event in San Diego CA via UD
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WIN - MMA - Unanimous Decision
17thVardan Mnatsakanyan WINS in SpainWIN - KICKBOXING - Unanimous Decision
17th Akop Stepanyan beats Dmitriy Ushkanov via Split Decision at the FEFoMP - Battle of Empires in Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk Krai, RussiaWIN - MMA - Split Decision
17thHovhannes Kishmiryan loses to Cedric Spera at the Amay in Liege, BelgiumLOSS - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
18thVagrams Vardanjans beats Andrei Nurchinski via TKO at the Cinas Gars in Titurga, LatviaWIN - BOXING - TKO in round 3 of 4
18thKaren Tevosyan loses to Viktor Postol at the Sport Palace Yunost, in Zaporozhye, Ukraine for the vacant WBC International Silver light welterweight titleLOSS - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
22ndMamuka Gukasian beats George Abramishvili via TKO at the Kandelaki Sports Hall in Tbilisi, GeorgiaWIN - BOXING - TKO in round 4 of 4
22ndMerab Gukasian and Levan Bendeliani fight to a DRAW at the Kandelaki Sports Hall in Tbilisi, GeorgiaDRAW - BOXING -
22ndArtur Movsesian loses to Tornike Tortladze at the Kandelaki Sports Hall in Tbilisi, GeorgiaLOSS - BOXING - TKO in the 3rd
25thSasha Yengoyan beats George Ungiadze via UD at the Sporthal, Izegem, West-Vlaanderen, BelgiumWIN - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
25th Hovhannes Zhamkochyan beats Bacho Kvaratskhelia via UD at the Sporthal, Izegem, West-Vlaanderen, BelgiumWIN - BOXING - Unanimous Decision
30thManny Gamburyan loses to Diego Nunez via UD at UFC 141 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.ALOSS - MMA - Unanimous Decision ROBBERY
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