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Vic Darchinyan Record

Total Fights53
Title Wins4
Title Defenses10
Title-Fight KOs10
KO Wins32
KO Losses5
Vic Darchinyan Record & Stats
Vic Darchinyan's Record
Vic Darchinyan's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Vic Darchinyan's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 16 years and four months, Vic Darchinyan fought 53 times with 43 wins, 9 losses, and 1 draw.

      Darchinyan retired from professional boxing with a record of 43-9-1, which included four world-title wins and 10 successful title defense fights at two weight classes — flyweight and super-flyweight. He had a 60.4% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 32 of his total 53 fights being knockout wins, 10 of which were in title fights. Darchinyan suffered five knockout losses in his career, three of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 1st round KO victory over Pakpoom Hammarach on March 10, 2017.

      Some of Darchinyan's best fights and notable victories include wins over Cristian Mijares, Jorge Arce, Dimitri Kirilov, Jair Jimenez, Tomás Rojas, Diosdado Gabi, and Mzukisi Sikali.

      53Mar 10, 201741Pakpoom HammarachWinKO1
      52Jul 16, 201640Sergio FriasLossKO2
      51Dec 12, 201539Cris PaulinoWinRTD2
      50Oct 3, 201539Prayoot YaijamWinTKO2
      49Jun 6, 201539Jesús CuellarLoss *TKO8
      48Feb 7, 201539Juan JiménezWinTKO9
      47May 31, 201438Nicholas WaltersLoss *KO5
      46Nov 9, 201337Nonito DonaireLossTKO9
      45May 12, 201337Javier GalloWinTKO4
      44Sep 29, 201236Luis Del ValleWinUD
      43Apr 6, 201236Shinsuke YamanakaLoss *UD
      42Dec 3, 201135Anselmo MorenoLoss *UD
      41Sep 3, 201135Evans MbambaWinUD
      40Apr 23, 201135Yonnhy PérezWinTD
      39Dec 11, 201034Abner MaresLossSD
      38May 20, 201034Eric BarcelonaWinUD
      37Mar 6, 201034Rodrigo GuerreroWin *UD
      36Dec 12, 200933Tomás RojasWin *KO2
      35Jul 11, 200933Joseph AgbekoLoss *UD
      34Feb 7, 200933Jorge ArceWin *RTD11
      33Nov 1, 200832Cristian MijaresWin *KO9
      32Aug 2, 200832Dimitri KirilovWin *KO5
      31Feb 2, 200832Z GorresDrawSD
      30Oct 20, 200731Federico CatubayWinTKO12
      29Jul 7, 200731Nonito DonaireLoss *TKO5
      28Mar 3, 200731Victor BurgosWin *TKO12
      27Oct 7, 200630Glenn DonaireWin *TD
      26Jun 3, 200630Luis MaldonadoWin *TKO8
      25Mar 3, 200630Diosdado GabiWin *TKO8
      24Aug 24, 200529Jair JimenezWin *TKO5
      23Mar 27, 200529Mzukisi SikaliWin *TKO8
      22Dec 16, 200428Irene PachecoWin *TKO11
      21Apr 16, 200428Falazona FidalWinTKO2
      20Dec 12, 200327Wandee SingwanchaWinKO4
      19Oct 3, 200327Dozer TobingWinKO1
      18Aug 8, 200327Alejandro MontielWinUD
      17Jun 13, 200327Wandee SingwanchaWinTKO4
      16Apr 11, 200327Raul Eliseo MedinaWinTD
      15Dec 13, 200226Phises Vor SurapolWinTKO3
      14Nov 9, 200226Albert ResleyWinTKO3
      13Oct 25, 200226Hamadani TomagolaWinKO4
      12Aug 2, 200226Panomdej OhyuthanakornWinTKO4
      11Jun 14, 200226Farzan Ali Jr.WinRTD6
      10Apr 19, 200226Prasob NookliangWinKO2
      9Feb 8, 200226Win NationmanWinKO3
      8Nov 16, 200125Puna EminentWinKO3
      7Oct 18, 200125Sande KizitoWinTKO7
      6Aug 31, 200125Prasob NookliangWinTKO6
      5Aug 3, 200125David PicknellWinKO3
      4Jun 29, 200125Sande KizitoWinPTS
      3Apr 20, 200125Selvio GlinocoWinTKO2
      2Feb 9, 200125Hichem BlidaWinPTS
      1Nov 3, 200024Sande KizitoWinPTS

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Vic Darchinyan (The Raging Bull) is a 48-year old retired Armenian professional boxer. He was born in Vanadzor, Armenian SSR, Soviet Union on January 7, 1976. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 16 years — from 2000 to 2017.

      Darchinyan made his professional boxing debut against Sande Kizito at the age of 24 on November 3, 2000, defeating Kizito via 6 round PTS. He went on to win 27 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 22 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 28 on December 16, 2004 after 21 professional fights, against Irene Pacheco for the flyweight IBF title. He defeated Pacheco via 11th round TKO to become the flyweight champion of the world.

      Vic Darchinyan was a one-time unified super-flyweight world champion, and has won four world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Darchinyan's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Darchinyan had a total of nine losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Pakpoom Hammarach on March 10, 2017. Darchinyan won the fight via 1st round KO. It's been 7 years, 2 months, and 14 days since this fight.


      Darchinyan had a total of 18 world-title fights, which includes winning four world titles and 10 successful title defenses. He won 12 of these fights and lost six.

      Title Wins

      Vic Darchinyan fought for world titles in eight fights and won three of these fights via stoppage. In total, he won four belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Nov 1, 2008^Cristian MijaresSuper-flyweightWBA (Super), WBCKO
      Aug 2, 2008Dimitri KirilovSuper-flyweightIBFKO
      Dec 16, 2004Irene PachecoFlyweightIBFTKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Defenses

      Vic Darchinyan had 11 world-title defense fights across two weight classes — flyweight (x7) and super-flyweight (x4). He won 10 of them and lost only once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Mar 6, 2010Rodrigo GuerreroSuper-flyweightWBA (Super), WBCUD
      Dec 12, 2009Tomás RojasSuper-flyweightWBA (Super), WBCKO
      Feb 7, 2009Jorge ArceSuper-flyweightWBA (Super), WBC, IBFRTD
      Nov 1, 2008^Cristian MijaresSuper-flyweightIBFKO
      Mar 3, 2007Victor BurgosFlyweightIBFTKO
      Oct 7, 2006Glenn DonaireFlyweightIBFTD
      Jun 3, 2006Luis MaldonadoFlyweightIBFTKO
      Mar 3, 2006Diosdado GabiFlyweightIBFTKO
      Aug 24, 2005Jair JimenezFlyweightIBFTKO
      Mar 27, 2005Mzukisi SikaliFlyweightIBFTKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Losses

      Vic Darchinyan lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Jul 7, 2007Nonito DonaireFlyweightIBFTKO


      Darchinyan fought a total of 53 times during his professional career, which includes 18 world-title fights at four weight divisions. He put on some great performances in these fights. These seven fights are the highlight of his career.

      • December 16, 2004: Darchinyan wins his first world title by defeating Irene Pacheco via 11th round TKO. He is now the IBF flyweight world champion.

      • August 24, 2005: Darchinyan successfully defends the IBF flyweight title against Jair Jimenez, winning the fight via 5th round TKO.

      • June 3, 2006: Darchinyan successfully defends the IBF flyweight title against Luis Maldonado, winning the fight via 8th round TKO.

      • August 2, 2008: Darchinyan wins the IBF super-flyweight title from Dimitri Kirilov, by beating Kirilov via 5th round KO.

      • November 1, 2008: Darchinyan becomes a unified super-flyweight world champion by beating Cristian Mijares via 9th round KO. He now holds the IBF, WBA (Super), and WBC super-flyweight world-champion belts.

      • February 7, 2009: Darchinyan successfully defends the WBA (Super), WBC, and IBF super-flyweight titles against Jorge Arce, winning the fight via 11th round RTD.

      • December 12, 2009: Darchinyan successfully defends the WBA (Super) and WBC super-flyweight titles against Tomás Rojas, winning the fight via 2nd round KO.


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