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Darchinyan Headlines "Sunday Bloody Sunday"

10.03.05 - This fight night will feature the World Title Unification bout between Australia's current IBF Flyweight World Champion Vic 'The Raging Bull' DARCHINYAN and South Africa's IBO World Champion Mzukisi SIKALI. It has been Thirty Years since the Flyweight Division has been unified and only One Australian Boxer in history has ever unified a Division (to hold two or more Titles in the One Division) and that is the Great Kostya TSZYU..

Vic Darchinyan recently won the IBF Flyweight World Title. He has a remarkable record of 22 Fights for 22 Wins (17 by knock-out). One of the most powerful fighters seen in the lower weight classes in many years, Vic Darchinyan impressed Jeff Fenech immensley at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games whilst representing Armenia, accumulating an amateur record of 152 wins from 170 bouts. The three-time world champion saw something special in the hard hitting southpaw and he has been proven correct. Darchinyan leaving a trail of destruction and winning the IBF flyweight world title from long reigning and previously undefeated Irene Pacheco. The "Raging Bull" is now looking towards world domination in the flyweight division.

Other World Class Boxers that will feature on the Card include Nedal 'Skinny' Hussein, Lovermore NDOU as well as the captain of Australia's 2004 Olympic Boxing Team to Athens, Jamie PITTMAN.

CORPORATE RINGSIDE TICKETS - Those wishing to purchase Fully inclusive Corporate tickets can do so by contacting : Ultra Events on 02 9319 5902. Corporate Ringside Tickets include Quality Three Course Meal, All Premium Wines, Beers and Soft Drinks as well as full table service. $220-00 per person ( $2,200-00 per Table ) includes GST.

Article posted on 10.03.2005



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