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Lemieux vs Rubio Undercard is Coming Together For 4/8

by Richard Cloutier

David Lemieux and Adonis Stevenson will both be in action on the next edition of the Fast and Furious series. The last event of the 2010/2011 season of the Fast and Furious series, will take place on April 8, and the event will be promoted by Groupe Yvon Michel at the the Bell Centre. In the main event, middleweight David Lemieux (25-0-0) will face Mexico's Marco Antonio Rubio (49-5-1) in a WBC final eliminator.

In the main support, former WBC regional champion, "Superman" Adonis Stevenson (13-1-0), will return to the ring by facing the Puerto Rican-born Carlos De Leon Jr. (21-3-2). Stevenson was surprised by Darnell Boone in his most recent battle fought in Maryland in April 2010. As for Carlos De Leon Jr., he bowed to Allan Green in his last battle fought in April 2009.
 
NABA super featherweight champion Arash Usmanee (11-0-0) will compete against Mexican boxer Aldo Valtierra (25-13-0). In his last duel, Valtierra lost by majority decision when he faced Ontarian prospect Tony Luis.

Also on the card, Colombian heavyweight Oscar Rivas (4-0-0) will face Mexico's Wilfrido Leal (7-4-2). Colombian heavyweight Eleider Alvarez (3-0-0) will make his comeback against Ernesto Zamora (18-21-1). Former multi Canadian amateur heavyweight champion, Didier Bence, will make his professional debut in confronting the Floridian Leonard Collier (1-6-0).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by RicanRoyalty on 03-12-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10217147]David Lemieux and Adonis Stevenson will both be in action on the next edition of the Fast and Furious series. The last event of the 2010/2011 season of the Fast and Furious series, will take place on April 8, and…

Comment by MrFynest on 03-11-2011

Lemieux's KO power + Rubios' glass chin = Devestating 1st or 2nd round KO for Lemieux.

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