Chris Avila Pounds ‘Doctor Mike’ Varshavski For Victory | Biden News


GLENDALE, Arizona – Chris Avila defeated “Doctor” Mike Varshavski for most of their four-round fight on Saturday night.

Avila landed a lot of clean punches in the final third round and easily won a unanimous decision against a professional boxer on the Jake Paul-Anderson Silva undercard at the Desert Diamond Arena. Judges Paul Calderon, Dennis O’Connell and Chris Wilson all scored the match 40-36 for Avila.

Russian-born, New York-based Varshavski, 32, is a physician in Chatham, New Jersey. He also runs a popular YouTube channel that provides health and entertainment advice.

Varshavski donated his entire purse of $175,000 from his fight Saturday night to the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem.

Avila (2-1), of Stockton, California, is a veteran MMA fighter. He is a friend of UFC star and potential opponent of Paul Nate Diaz, who watched this fight from ringside.

Avila landed clean punches on Varshavski during the fourth round and may have stopped his opponent if he had more time.

Avila’s right hand knocked Varshavski down less than 15 seconds into the fourth round. Avila tried to finish Varshavski, but Varshavski held him until the final bell.

Avila unloaded on the retreating Varshavski with less than a minute left in the fourth and final round.

An aggressive Avila landed a right hand that backed Varshavski into the ropes in the first 30 seconds of the fourth round.

Avila floored Varshavski with a right before midway through the third round. Varshavski stepped back and shook his head to show that the shot didn’t hurt him, but he started to take a lot of punches at that point.

A flurry of Varshavski rights to Avila’s body landed 1:10 into the third round.

Avila landed several punches in the second round before finally connecting with one of the wildest right hands he had thrown so far. He also hit Varshavski with a clean left hook with more than 20 seconds on the clock in the second round.

Avila’s left hook cut Varshavski after Varshavski landed a right hand more than 40 seconds into the first round. Avila threw several wild right hands from long range during the first round, but he didn’t connect with any of those shots.

Keith Idec is a senior writer/writer for He can be found on Twitter @Idecboxing.


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