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Gor Yeritsyan Continues Unbeaten Streak with Win Over Randall

 Gor Yeritsyan showcased his world-class talent by defeating Quinton Randall in a welterweight showdown at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez, California. The 29-year-old boxer from Yerevan, Armenia, extended his unbeaten record to 18-0, with 14 knockouts, in an impressive performance that left fans and pundits alike in awe.

Gor Yeritsyan

Yeritsyan's victory was more than just a win; it was a statement of his potential to reach the pinnacle of boxing. Under the guidance of renowned coach Freddie Roach, Yeritsyan has been touted as a boxer with the potential to surpass the achievements of Vic Darchinyan, a boxing legend in Armenia. With this win, Yeritsyan is well on his way to fulfilling that prophecy.

The fight itself was a tactical battle, with Yeritsyan dictating the pace early on with his powerful body shots. Despite Randall's efforts to counter, Yeritsyan's relentless output and precision were too much to handle. Randall, known for his craftiness, struggled to match Yeritsyan's work rate, and although he landed some significant blows, Yeritsyan's dominance was evident throughout the fight.

As the bout progressed, both fighters showed their grit and determination, exchanging heavy punches to the delight of the crowd. Randall's resilience was commendable, but Yeritsyan's superior skill and conditioning ultimately proved to be the difference-maker.

In the end, the judges scored the fight in favor of Yeritsyan, with scores of 99-91, 100-90, and 100-90, awarding him the WBC Continental Americas welterweight title. This victory is expected to improve Yeritsyan's world ranking and pave the way for more challenging matchups in the future.

Reflecting on his win, Yeritsyan expressed his gratitude for the experience and his determination to continue improving.

"This was a good experience for me. I want to go forward and forward, I can't stop," he said. "It is a good experience. I want to stay in the gym."

Promoter Tom Loeffler praised Yeritsyan's performance, noting that the fight was a valuable learning experience for the young boxer.

"This was a great learning experience, he went 10 rounds, he is ready," said Loeffler. "Quinton Randall, you have to give him credit. He is a very experienced veteran."


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