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 Last update:  8/21/2014       Read more by Luke Furman         
   
Lucian Bute Will Return To Action on December 6th
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By Luke Furman

InterBox have announced that former champion Lucian Bute (31-2, 24 KOs) will return to the ring on December 6th at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. The return will come eleven months since suffering a decision loss to Canadian rival Jean Pascal in the biggest fight ever on Canadian soil.

Bute, 34-years-old, had did some training with Hall of Fame coach Freddie Roach but a deal was never struck between the two. Bute's opponent and trainer are unknown, but he will likely fight at light heavyweight.

Prior to the Pascal loss, he won a twelve round decision over Denis Grachev in November 2012 and a few months earlier he suffered a devastating TKO defeat to Carl Froch. 

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org

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comment by borbor, on 08-22-2014
This is what Bute should do : Go to an old school ruff gym in Philly or Detroit and spar with the toughest and meanest guys in his weight range full trotttle If he can hang ( be very competitive )there for two weeks and doesn't complain or fade , then he's still got it and should come back ...

comment by just the facts, on 08-22-2014
[QUOTE=PorterIsFuture]Yyyyyyeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhh! He ain't done yet![/QUOTE] Watch the Froch and Pascal fights again. It should come to you.....Yyyyyeeeeahhh he is

comment by MDPopescu, on 08-22-2014
[QUOTE=PorterIsFuture]Yyyyyyeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhh! He ain't done yet![/QUOTE] ... He's done, you know he's done...

comment by PorterIsFuture, on 08-22-2014
Yyyyyyeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhh! He ain't done yet!

comment by just the facts, on 08-22-2014
I wish him luck, but after watching the way he lost to Froch and Pascal I don't think he ever was or ever will be a top shelf fighter.

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