Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CST80, Jul 22, 2021 at 5:55 AM.
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Mikhail Surenovich Aloyan vs. Mchanja Yohana Bakari, 10 rounds @ super flyweight
You saying the inimitable Alexander Zagorsky reminds you of some Yank?
Nyet, impossible! He's an original, baby!
Interesting that when you look at armenian fighters you either find heavy hitters like Vic, Lemieux, Abraham or complete feather fists like Aloyan, Ghukasyan and many others and nothing in between.
Aloyan might rank among the lightest punchers of all time.
6-0-1 (1) in the pros so far.
8-0 (0) in WSB.
72-9 (2) in the amateurs.
Three stoppages, in 93 combined matches. A third of a percent.
One of the WBA Superfly "world champions"
Three of the feather-fist variety just on this card alone. (Ghukasyan, Grigoryan and Aloyan)
He is Ghandi of boxing, preaching a nonviolent fighting.
Good grief, we've got nine more rounds like that, coming in lukewarm?
10-9 Aloyan, just poking at Yohana's chest with light left crosses after fluttering the right hand up in a whirring motion that can't properly be called a jab, all while playing keepaway from a safe distance.
I sat through a lot of this boring card and of course have a doctor's appointment when it's time for Gassiev.
You forgot Nikitin, although he scored a spectacular "whatever stoppage that was"
I'm not writing detailed round descriptions for this. Here's what you need to know: it sucks. Aloyan is boring, throwing weak straight pot shots and missing wide hook combos. Yohana is useless, throwing jabs at the body and missing his own wide hook combos.
Rinse & repeat x10, and that is your complete RBR.
I don't believe he's Armenian.
But absolutely is a feather-fist.
Valuev just called Aloyan punches "a set of unpleasant pokes"
you guys were talking about the weird Armenian bomber/feather thing!