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Gurgen Hovhannisyan vs. Robert Hall on July 26 in Orlando

Gurgen Hovhannisyan, with a 6-0 record (6 KOs), originally from Yerevan, Armenia, now resides in Los Angeles, California, and has quickly established himself as a force in the heavyweight ranks.

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Orlando, FL, USA (June 12, 2024) - Gurgen Hovhannisyan, a rising star in the heavyweight division, is set to face Robert Hall Jr. on July 26. The fight, organized by Most Valuable Promotions (MVP), will headline the Most Valuable Prospects 7 card at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Florida.

Undefeated heavyweight prospect Gurgen Hovhannisyan, is set to face Robert Hall Jr. on July 26.

Power and Precision

The event, promoted by Boxlab Promotions, will be streamed live on DAZN starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The card promises an exciting night of boxing, showcasing the talents of both seasoned fighters and up-and-coming prospects.

"We're excited about Gurgen Hovhannisyan, whose power and precision have already made waves in the heavyweight division," stated MVP. "Thank you Boxlab Promotions and Celsius for their dedication to bringing another incredible night of boxing to Orlando, and we look forward to unveiling the rest of this exciting card soon."

Hovhannisyan's Meteoric Rise

Hovhannisyan 6-0 (6 KOs), originally from Yerevan, Armenia, now resides in Los Angeles, California. He has quickly established himself as a formidable force as he approaches the top heavyweight rankings, with a perfect record of knockouts. His last bout on May 31 saw him stopping Luis Pascual after the second round at the same venue, Caribe Royale Resort.

Gurgen Hovhannisyan is trained by the esteemed Joe Goosen.

In his previous fight on January 4, Hovhannisyan delivered a fifth-round knockout against Colby Madison, further cementing his reputation. The 26-year-old, standing at an imposing 6'7", is trained by the esteemed Joe Goossen. Despite an early career setback in an amateur fight against Bakhodir Jalolov in February 2021, where he lost by split decision, Hovhannisyan's professional journey has been nothing short of spectacular. Jalolov, notably, went on to win a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics later that year.

Hall’s Quest for Redemption

Robert Hall Jr. 14-3 (11 KOs), hailing from Johnson City, Tennessee, will be looking to rebound after two consecutive losses. Hall's last bout on April 18 resulted in a unanimous decision loss to unbeaten prospect Roney Hines. Before that, he gatekeeper Jerry Forrest on September 15, also losing by unanimous decision. Despite these setbacks, the 32-year-old Hall has shown resilience, splitting his last six bouts.

Undercard Action

The event will also feature a heavyweight clash between David Garcia (6-0, 3 KOs) from Crescent City and Dominic Hardy (6-2, 4 KOs) of Riverside, Illinois. This six-round bout promises to add further excitement to an already stacked card.

Dominance in the Division

Gurgen Hovhannisyan aims to continue his knockout streak and further work to establish his dominance in the division. Meanwhile, Robert Hall, Jr. is determined to prove his mettle and return to winning ways.

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Published:
2024-06-12 17:23
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2024-07-22 17:43