Boxer A. Darchinyan was born in Armenia on April 30, 1994. In the middleweight boxing division in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, A. Darchinyan has earned the right to represent Armenia.
He defeated Andrej Csemez of Slovakia 5-0 and will play in the quarterfinals on August 1. A. Darchinyan has a daughter and is married. At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Vic A. Darchinyan, his uncle, competed in the flyweight division as Armenia’s representative.
Tokyo Olympics: Eumir Marcial Stupefies A. Darchinyan, Advances To Boxing Medal Rounds
In the men’s middleweight quarterfinal round at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Eumir Marcial defeated A. Darchinyan of Armenia.
In the men’s middleweight quarterfinals at the Kokugikan Arena, A. Darchinyan of Armenia was defeated by Marcial with a well timed right-handed hammer.
Marcial launched a variety of combinations right away. After the first minute, he was able to knock A. Darchinyan down cold and force the referee to start a standing count.
The 25-year-old, though, wasted no time in putting an end to the Armenian with a series of body blows and a right punch to the skull.
With 49 ticks left in the first round, the Filipino boxer stopped his Armenian opponent, ending the battle in just two minutes and eleven seconds.
Eumir Marcial Eyes Repeat Vs Fellow pro A. Darchinyan For Sure Tokyo Medal
A. Darchinyan of Armenia is standing between Eumir Marcial and a medal in the Olympics in Tokyo.
Three years prior, Marcial defeated A. Darchinyan in a competition in Russia. Marcial is aware that if he wants to win again against A. Darchinyan, he cannot afford to be complacent.
“I’ve already battled A. Darchinyan, back in Russia in 2018. Although everyone worked really hard to prepare for the Olympics, I still defeated him there.
After making a successful Olympic debut on Thursday at Kokugikan Arena, Marcial remarked in Filipino, “I know he is extremely prepared for his bout.
Marcial, 25, defeated Algerian Younes Nemouchi in the opening round to earn his reputation as the man to beat in the men’s middleweight division.
A. Darchinyan also won by unanimous decision after cruising through Andrej Csemez of Slovakia in his round of 16 encounter.
Similar to Marcial, A. Darchinyan made his professional debut in 2019 under the tutelage of Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach. He now has a 1-0 record.
A. Darchinyan, a boxer from Armenia, got off to a good start at the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
A. Darchinyan, weighing 75 kg, kicked off the battle in the 1/8 final against Slovakia’s Andrej Csemez. The Armenian boxer advanced to the quarterfinals by thrashing his opponent 5-0.