Erik Bazinyan
Three Quebec boxers will put their intercontinental titles on the line Thursday.
One of the candidates is Erik Bazinyan. We consider him a good challenge against Marcelo Coceres of Mexico.
In the shadow of many boxers in Quebec, Bazinyan climbed the ladder. Now 27 years old and with a brilliant record of 27 victories, including 21 by knockout, he will be in charge of the final.
“For me, he’s a good opponent. A good experience needed to test me as high as possible before fighting with a world champion,” said Bazinyan.
“This is a fight that will be very decisive in the direction his career will take,” said his coach Marc Ramsay.
We have an opponent who is not only good but also solid. He proved it by taking rounds against Billie Joe Saunders.
He took blows against Edgar Berlanga and can continue in an arduous fight. In every aspect, he is a good veteran. We’ll have a good idea after the fight where Eric is headed.
There are not only the continental titles of Bazinyan and Butler at stake but also that of Artem Oganesyan.
Artem returns to the ring after finding himself on the mat for the first time in his career against Stephen Danyo.
“Last time, yes, he arrived three weeks before the fight. We didn’t have time to work together. It’s a new environment here in Quebec,” says Ramsay.
“It’s still major to change countries like this. It has been stabilized. We have an opponent who is very tough physically. I think we will be able to show all our talent this time.
A total of nine fights will hold, including the fights of Leïla Beaudoin and Mary Spencer.
Spencer will continue his striking entry into the world of professional boxing by facing Chris Namus.
Marie-Eve dethroned Chris Namus by decision in Quebec City in December 2018.


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