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Bizier Stops Campbell in Eight, Laham Shocks Asselstine

By David P. Greisman

Undefeated Canadian welterweight Kevin Bizier scored a technical knockout over faded veteran Nate Campbell, getting the victory when Campbell declined to come out for the ninth round of the 12-round bout, citing a hurt back. Bizier improves to 20-0 with 14 knockouts, while Campbell falls to 36-10-1 with 26 knockouts and 1 no contest.

In a hard-fought battle of undefeated Canadian prospects, Baha Laham took a close, majority decision over Tyler Asselstine. The scorecards were an even 95-95, with the deciding tallies reading 96-94 and 96-95 for the 31-year-old fighting out of Montreal.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ray Corso on 02-08-2013

WOW!! 4 round fighters fighting in a 10 round bout!!! Both of them were gassed after 5 and no one landed anything effective! The little bruiser kid NEVER threw a jab.............NEVER!!! The southpaw pushed with both hands in front of…

Comment by b morph on 02-08-2013

[QUOTE=TaurusJ27;13013598]When the first scorecard in the Asselstine-Laham fight had 95-95 I knew Asselstine was going to get robbed. Sad too see a back injury force Campbell to quit. He took some punishment from Bizier when he had him against the…

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 02-08-2013

When the first scorecard in the Asselstine-Laham fight had 95-95 I knew Asselstine was going to get robbed. Sad too see a back injury force Campbell to quit. He took some punishment from Bizier when he had him against the…

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