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Bute-Pascal: January 25 Also Set Aside For New Date

Montreal - InterBox and Groupe Yvon Michel (GYM) have reserved the dates of Saturday, December 7th and Saturday, January 25th at the Montreal Bell Centre for the postponed Bute vs. Pascal bout.

Both promoters reserved two dates in order to afford HBO some options.  Both promoters plan to discuss the two options with HBO Executives in a few weeks time before announcing the exact rescheduled date.

All tickets purchased will be accepted

All fight fans who have purchased tickets already can hold on to them for the December 7th or January 25th rescheduled date.  Fans can also purchase tickets to this historic event by visiting www.evenko.ca , through InterBox, through GYM (514) 383-0666, and by contacting the club de boxe Champion (514) 376-0980.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by WhitehouseTKO on 05-13-2013

Damn thats quite a recovery time for a broken vagina. Bute was training, someone walked into his gym and yelled "Froch" and he broke his hand in fear of having to fight him again anytime soon.

Comment by STREET CLEANER on 05-13-2013

If I was Pascal I would fight someone in the mean time. There are no assurances that Bute will be ready or fight him at such a far date. Pascal is going to put himself out of the picture completely

Comment by Jloro on 05-13-2013

lol just call it off until then. Have a different fight in between

Comment by Bigg Rigg on 05-13-2013

Smh January???

Comment by Andre Wardttke on 05-13-2013

Why so long? How bad is the injury?

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