Have news relating to Jewish boxers? Email the editor here!

Friday, April 1, 2022

David Alaverdian Makes Weight

Super flyweight David Alaverdian is scheduled to fight Jeno Tonte tomorrow night at the Ford Community Center in Dearborn, Michigan, USA. This will be Alaverdian's first prizefight in the United States.

Alaverdian, a 28 year old Israeli who is based in the U.S., is 5-0 with four KOs. Trained by Floyd Mayweather Sr., Alaverdian is a vicious body puncher. He weighed in at 114.2 pounds. David has been between 112 and 114.8 pounds for his first five fights, all of which were in Mexico. He averages 2.2 rounds per fight.

Tonte, also known as Tonté Jenő Ficak, is a 26 year old from Hungary with a 9-9 record. He has won eight by KO and has been stopped seven times. Tonte weighed in at 114 pounds, the lightest of his career. He has been as heavy as 123. He averages 2.4 rounds per fight.

This will be Alaverdian's first scheduled six-rounder. Half of Tonte's 18 fights have been scheduled for at least six rounds although none have gone the distance. The longest either man has fought in a pro bout is four full rounds. Dmitriy Salita is the promoter of record.

No comments:

Post a Comment