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Armen Ypremyan Headlines In UBO Title Fight

 
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May 17, 2017 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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It is hard to imagine anything but an action-packed brawl when undefeated Armen Ypremyan from Armenia and Georgian underachiever Nodar Robakidze fight for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Inter-Continental Super Middleweight title on May 27 in Dudelange, Luxembourg.

 
 

Styles makes fights, as the old cliche goes, and these two are bound to put on great entertainment for the fans!


Ypremyan, currently based in Amneville in France, turned professional late at the age of twenty-eight in 2013, and, now thirty-two, he has no time to waste on his climb to the top.


In building his 6-0-2 (3) ledger, he has never faced an opponent with a negative record, and the two draws on his resume came in his second and third bouts against 6-0 and 7-0 opponents.

 



Photo: Armen Ypremyan.

Ironically, former WBC title-challenger Nodar Robakidze will be the first foe Ypremyan faces who has more losses than victories, but the Georgians 20-22-4 (7) record is massively deceiving.


At only twenty-three he has fought some of Europe’s best, always in his opponents home-country, and more often than not given them a hard fight all the way.


In his most recent outing Robakidze scored a draw with highly-ranked former French Champion, and European title-challenger, Julien Marie Sainte (37-7, 26 KOs), proving his quality, and he is now rewarded with what is his careers second title-shot.


The fight is the main event of a show promoted by Julien Aguilar Honore and Boxing Club Dudelange at the Centre Sportif du LTC annexe Alliance.


 
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