Vic Darchinyan and Boxing’s Undefeated Best

darchinyanThere is a certain mystique about a world-class boxer with an undefeated career record. It is even more impressive when they are considered one of the best boxers in their weight class. Using THE RING magazine’s current world ratings, there is en elite group of only thirteen boxers in the world today rated Champion, No.1 or No.2 in their division, without a loss on their record.

IBF/IBO flyweight world champion Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan is on that list.

The 31 year-old Armenia born 2000 Olympian and Australian citizen has the second best career knockout record of the group at an incredible 78.57%, only behind Puerto Rican star Miguel Cotto.

MIGUEL COTTO 30-0 (25) – Welterweight – KO 83.33%

VIC DARCHINYAN 28-0 (22) – Flyweight – KO 78.57%

ARTHUR ABRAHAM 22-0 (17) – Middleweight – KO 77.27%

JOE CALZAGHE 43-0 (32) – Super Middleweight – KO 74.42%

MIKKEL KESSLER 39-0 (29) – Super Middleweight – KO 74.36%

GIOVANNI SEGURA 18-0-1 (14) – Junior Flyweight – KO 73.68%

RICKY HATTON 43-0 (31) – Junior Welterweight – KO 72.09%

FLOYD MAYWEATHER 38-0 (24) – Welterweight – KO 63.16%

ZSOLT ERDEI 27-0 (17) – Light Heavyweight – KO 62.96%

JERMAIN TAYLOR 27-0-1 (17) – Middleweight – KO 60.71%

JUAN DIAZ 32-0 (16) – Lightweight – KO 50.00%

CHRIS JOHN 39-0-1 (20) – Featherweight – KO 50.00%

IVAN CALDERON 28-0 (6) – Strawweight – KO 21.43%

Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan is trained by Billy Hussein and in winning two world titles to date, now has an undefeated record of 28 wins, 0 losses and 22 wins by knockout.

Promoted by Gary Shaw, Australia’s best boxer makes the next defence of his world titles this Saturday night July 7 against Nonito Donaire at the Harbour Yard Arena in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA.

See Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan in action this Saturday night on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING in the USA at 9 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the west coast.

Article posted on 04.07.2007

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