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Four-time heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield says he's making a comeback at the age of 57 to raise money for his charity, Unite 4 Our Fight, and he's willing to get in the ring with Mike Tyson for a third time.
Gegard Mousasi is arguably one of the greatest Armenian combat sports athletes of all time. Mousasi has a record of 46-7-2 and is a champion of four different MMA promotions—Bellator, Strikeforce, DREAM and Cage Warriors. He's also a 12-fight veteran of the UFC. On May 9, 2020, he looks to become a Bellator champion once again when he takes on Douglas Lima in San Jose.
Danny Tarkanian, the son of legendary UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian, has penned the new book "Rebel With A Cause" about his father's remarkable journey in college basketball. Danny, who also played for Jerry at UNLV, details the prejudice Tarkanian faced as an Armenian-American, and doesn’t shy away from any of the controversies that plagued Jerry during his long and storied career.
USC Institute of Armenian Studies director Salpi Ghazarian
Salpi Ghazarian is the director of USC's Institute of Armenian Studies and the founder of the media organization Civil Net. She's spent her entire life and career shaping the diaspora through education. Ghazarian explains how she and her team at USC are paving a path for a more modern Armenia through research, as well as festivals like the annual Innovate Armenia on the campus.
KTLA 5 reporter Ellina Abovian
KTLA channel 5 reporter Ellina Abovian discusses how she rose through the ranks in media and returned to her native Los Angeles to tell impactful stories every morning on television. Abovian has shares her storytelling process in journalism, offers advice to the younger generation looking to break through in media, and explains how she's juggling life as a mother of two along with her budding career.
Lights Out Xtreme Fighting founder George Bastrmajyan
George Bastrmajyan is the founder of Lights Out Xtreme Fighting, an MMA league he co-founded with former San Diego Chargers All-Pro linebacker Shawne "Lights Out" Merriman and pugilism promoter Steve Bash. Bastrmajyan has been around the fight game for over 20 years and has worn every imaginable hat. He's fought and trained Muay Thai in Asia, he's cornered the likes of Vic Darchinyan, he's bred prospects likes UFC phenom like Edmen Shahbazyan, he's co-promoted fights with Don King, and now, he's shaping the MMA scene in Southern California with LXF.