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Jean Pascal To Stay Busy With Blades on Stevenson-Cloud

By Gregory Stangrit

Former world light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal (27-2, 16KOs) will return to the ring on September 28. His opponent will be former title challenger George Blades (23-4, 16KOs) . The battle will take place on the undercard of the title clash between Adonis Stevenson and Tavoris Cloud. On January 18th Pascal is scheduled to fight Lucian Bute in a Canadian super-fight.

Gregory Stangrit covers boxing for Allboxing.ru

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lazy on 08-23-2013

The main event will be a good one!!

Comment by 510hustler on 08-23-2013

Pascal is very ambitious despite being limited in skill. I want to see him fight everyone else at 175, then Ward. :boxing:

Comment by thablackmamba on 08-23-2013

[QUOTE=badnewsbrown;13673033]Pascal has wasted enough time already. Scrap the bute bs fight and get a move on.[/QUOTE] So sad how his career has been managed, some where along the line there was a major **** up. I dont know if it…

Comment by thablackmamba on 08-23-2013

so true, horrible title

Comment by deanrw on 08-22-2013

Hey at least he is fighting, gets to shake off his cobwebs and test out his bad shoulder. Pascal likes to fight and can fight when he is healthy. I have a lot of respect for the guy because I…

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