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Darchinyan disappointed with Arce

TOTOWA, NJ (April 17, 2007) -- "Jorge Farce should have been arrested for indecent exposure after the performance he put on Saturday night." spat out a disgusted and disappointed VIC DARCHINYAN, after watching Jorge Arce lose a lopsided unanimous decision to WBC super flyweight champion Cristian Mijares. "I knew he was a fraud from day one which is why I wanted to be the one to beat him. To expose him to the world as a farce of a fighter. But he was so busy looking over his shoulder running away from me, he didn't see the brick wall ahead of him and he ran smack into it in Cristian Mijares.". .

Darchinyan (28-0, 22 KOs), from Australia, by way of Armenia, has reigned as IBF/IBO flyweight champion since 2004. He was hoping to land a monster fight against Arce inasmuch as both HBO and Showtime had offered the fighters career-high purses.

"Bob Arum was so busy reading his own clippings he actually began to believe the pulp fiction he was selling on Farce," said Gary Shaw, Darchinyan's promoter. "Bob claims Vic can't put asses in one hundred seats. That may be true, but I guarantee you that Vic can win more rounds against any opponent Farce has ever lost to. And by the way, Vic has lost to no one."

"Farce is a bigger sucker than the lollipops he sucks on," continued Darchinyan. "In fact, I'd like to get those lollipops tested for substances that have clouded his judgement. After the way he fought on Saturday night, I suggest Farce make all his future ring entrances on a jackass...that is if the jackasses don't mind slumming with him. He's a fraud and a complete disappointment to the Mexican boxing fans."

Article posted on 17.04.2007



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