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 Last update:  5/25/2014       Read more by Random Hits         
   
Lemieux: I'd Love To Fight Anyone in The World at 160
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Bell Centre, Montreal - Montreal’s David Lemieux (32-2, 30 KOs) gave his hometown fans exactly what they wanted with a ferocious third-round knockout victory over Fernando Guerrero (26-3, 19 KOs).

Lemieux charged out at the opening bell and didn’t stop attacking Guerrero until the stoppage, knocking him down in the first, second and third rounds before scoring the knockout.

“I knew Fernando Guerrero is a very strong fighter.  Very tough,” said Lemieux.  “He’s been down many times and always gets back up.  Once I started to land my shots I could see it in his eyes that the game started to change.

“The results in the ring are from my dedication and my training.  I want to tip my hat to Fernando Guerrero. He is a great fighter. I studied him for many months prior to the fight.  So I am very happy with the outcome.”

“I’m determined to be a world champion.  I would love to fight anyone in the world at 160.”

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comment by New England, on 05-25-2014
[QUOTE=Enzo Mc is ****]After seeing him last night I will absolutely be watching his next fight. Seriously fan friendly style.[/QUOTE] purely in terms of the style, he's up there with anybody in boxing as far as entertainment is concerned. fast hands, leaky D, shaky chin, and HUGE power.

comment by doninlouisiana, on 05-25-2014
[QUOTE=richardt]Lemieux against Quillin, Stevens, Tereano, GGG makes for some exciting fights. He would be dangerous for anyone, and they him.[/QUOTE] I could see Quillin or Stevens getting made pretty easily, I think Stevens vs Lemieux would be a war while it lasted. Stevens would get the K...

comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT, on 05-25-2014
After seeing him last night I will absolutely be watching his next fight. Seriously fan friendly style.

Lemieux: a force to be reckoned with...
comment by carolusdumus, on 05-25-2014
Regardless of Guerrero's weak chin... 29 other fighters went to bed early... At 25, Lemieux still can improve a lot - remember Pacquiao - and built an even more intelligent game... I've been following boxing for 30 years (I was at the Leonard-Duran fight in Montreal in 1980), and I sincerely beli...

comment by Ravens Fan, on 05-25-2014
Wow, I am totally absolutely shocked that Lemieux knocked out a fighter that has been decked somewhere in the neighborhood of 15 times. David's punches were in fact so hard some of them did not even have to land and Guerrero still went down. With that said. Please don't forget that both Rubio an...

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