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David Lemieux To Return in Montreal on November 17?

by Richard Cloutier
 
According to reports from the WBC, David Lemieux (25-1-0) is defending his WBC International middleweight title on November 17 in Montreal. At least that was the information that was communicated to the sanctioning body from Lemieux's promoter, GYM. In his most recent fight, fought at the Bell Centre on April 8th, Lemieux suffered the first defeat of his young career, getting knocked out by Marco Antonio Rubio at 2:36 of the seventh round in middleweight world title eliminator. Last month, including Lemieux served as training partner in California for Sergio Martinez. It remains to be seen whether the return of Lemieux will remain on that date or later in the fall.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BostonGuy on 10-08-2011

Any news on David Lemieux? Last year and early this year, this kid was one of the hottest prospects in boxing, and for good reason. Last news I heard about David was that he was doing some sparring with Sergio…

Comment by Megamasterking on 09-11-2011

[QUOTE=kokingbill;11118759][B]Canadian is a race now[/B]??? hahahaha...I guess thats why there are blacks, whites, arabs all the same race under the Canadian flag...alright then..[/QUOTE] [B]kokingbill [/B][B]quote[/B]: Ah lacin' up the old boxin' gloves, eh? Quit name dropping Sergio Martinez as if…

Comment by kokingbill on 09-11-2011

Canadian is a race now??? hahahaha...I guess thats why there are blacks, whites, arabs all the same race under the Canadian flag...alright then..

Comment by Megamasterking on 09-10-2011

[QUOTE=kokingbill;11113619]Ah lacin' up the old boxin' gloves, eh? Quit name dropping Sergio Martinez as if that somehow makes him something other than a stinky Canadian punching bag.[/QUOTE] Are saying that David Lemieux is a stinky Canadian punching bag ? 1.…

Comment by RSBonos on 09-10-2011

Why did they wait so long? He didn't go unconscious and his problem has always been that he never had enough rounds.

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