Viloria, Dalakian battle it out for vacant WBA flyweight belt this weekend
Brian Viloria and Artem Dalakian will enter the ring to fight for the vacant World Boxing Association (WBA) Flyweight World Championship.
The Forum in Inglewood, California, will be the stage for the fight between both candidates this Saturday, which promises good action.
Viloria, from the United States, will have a new opportunity to fight for a world title. The native of Hawaii has already been WBA champion in the same division and plans to recover the crown this time.
On the other hand, Dalakian, of Ukrainian nationality, owns the continental belt of the category, which he has defended several times, and thus, earned the right to fight for the division’s world belt.
The activities prior to the fight will take place this week, including the weigh-in ceremony on Friday.
Viloria has a record of 38 wins, 5 losses and 23 knockouts, while Dalakian has a record of 15 wins, no loses and 11 knockouts.