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Hubeaux Will Face Darch For The WBC Youth Title

Alain Vanacker presents on Oct 5th in Andenne, near Namur, Belgium a WBC Youth doubleheader with heavyweight Herve Hubeaux and lightweight Steve Jamoye, defending their respective titles.

Promising Herve Hubeaux, 14-1, 7KOs, will now fight for the vacant WBC Youth heavyweight title against Dorian Darch, 7-1. Hubeaux formely won the WBC Youth Intercontinental title against Aleksandrs Dunecs but lost it in his first defence against Toni Visic. A defeat he later avenged to gain back the title. This time the vacant WBC Youth world title is at stake.

In 14 undefeated fights talented Steve Jamoye, brother of current WBC #1 and EBU bantamweight champion Stephane, will defend his WBC Youth Silver light welterweight title against 19 year old Gyorgy Mizsei Jr, 15-6, 9KOs. The very active challenger started his pro career in 2012 with 12 fights and had already 9 fights this year.

Steve will for sure have an eye on Andrea Carbonello who will fight at the same time and only a few kilometers away in Bressoux, near Liege, for the vacant light welterweight title against Arnaud Dimidschtein.

Belgian cruiserweight Ryad Merhy is going for win number 3 with as many knockouts. The hard hitting prospect will have Marko Rupcic as his next opponent.

Geoffrey Battelo, 25-5-2, 21KOs, is looking for a much needed win to get his career back on track. He is on 3 inside the distance losses. Ferenc Zsalek, 12-35-3 will be in the opposite corner of Battelo.

3 other fights with Nabil Laouhari, Bogdan Galaev and Lucas Severino will complete this 7 bout card.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mick Higgs on 09-24-2013

If I'm not wrong the term youth relates to someone aged under 18, 21 at best. So has 29 year old Dorian Darch found the magic fountain? He should be fighting Gary Cornish for the vacant Celtic title!

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