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Lemieux has additionally won two straight since his misfortune to Gennady Golovkin in October 2015, and he’s looked sharp in doing as such. In any case, those rivals — Glen Tapia and Cristian Fabian Rios — weren’t contenders. Stevens, taking care of business, is.Stevens, then, is something of a special case. He’s flighty, regardless of the possibility that his style can infrequently be unsurprising. You just never fully recognize what you’re getting from him, yet when he’s on his amusement, he’s a risky middleweight.

WBC David Lemieux (36-3, 32 KOs) tipped the scales at 159 pounds on Friday for his 12 round middleweight battle against #2 WBC Curtis Stevens (29-5, 21 KOs) for their battle this Saturday night at the Events Center at Turning Stone Resort and Casino. Stevens tipped the scales at 158.25 pounds. HBO Boxing After Dark [BAD] will broadcast the Lemieiux-Stevens battle on their system.Lemieux has a decent shot of winning the battle against Stevens on the off chance that he can traverse the initial four rounds. Stevens is unsafe right off the bat in his battles, and he blurs rapidly after that.

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Lemieux looked truly great in making the weight this time. He’s looked truly thin and drawn the last time he made the 160 lb. restrict for his battle against Glen Tapia a year ago in May. It’s uplifting news that Lemieux was a considerable measure more advantageous searching for this battle. In Lemieux’s last match, he tipped the scales at 163 ¾ lbs. for his battle against Cristian Fabian Rios last October.

35-year-old previous IBF/WBA featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa (25-1, 17 KOs) tipped the scales at 131 pounds for his 10-round battle against Nicaraguan apprentice Rene Alvarado (all day, every day, 16 KOs). As far as it matters for him, Alvarado tipped the scales at 130 ¼ pounds.Gamboa has done almost no with his boxing vocation since his ninth round TKO annihilation to Terence Crawford in 2014. Gamboa has battled just 2 times from that point forward in beating Joel Montes de Oca in November 2014, and Hylon Williams Jr. in December 2015. Gamboa has been out of the ring for as long as 15 months.

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