Lucian Bute vs. Jean Pascal is Finalized For May 25th
InterBox and Group Yvon Michel (GYM) are extremely proud to confirm that the highly anticipated duel between Lucian Bute (31-1-0 24 KO) and Jean Pascal (27-2-1 16 KO) is now signed, sealed and delivered! This huge clash will take place on Saturday, May 25th with details such as the venue and American TV yet to be finalized.
“This fight will mark an historic moment for boxing in Canada. Emotions will be high and the memories will be engraved in the collective memory forever,” declares the president of GYM, Yvon Michel.
“This is the fight that everyone has been waiting for, even the casual fan. It was an honor to help finalize it”, states the president of InterBox, Jean Bedard. “All parties were anxious to reach an agreement and now boxing fans across the World can expect a spectacular show on May 25th,” concludes Jean Bedard.
All others details will be communicated to the public shortly including the first “face to face” between Lucian Bute and Jean Pascal as well as information regarding ticket sales.
Some great fights are being made this year. I'm going with Pascal but I'm not all that confident.Comment by S. Saddler 1310 on 03-16-2013
[QUOTE=Hitman932;13151225]If you go back and look at my posts I was always saying that Bute would be destroyed by the first real fighter he took on at 168. Not because of how bad Bute is, but because of how good…Comment by nycsmooth on 03-16-2013
Never been a fan of Bute, & his style...I favor JP, who is a really nice individual...Comment by Hitman932 on 03-16-2013
[QUOTE=S. Saddler 1310;13151129]^^ Hitters, that ambush style sh*t isn't really my thing either, man. i tend to root for JP against whoever else mainly because he's a 'nice guy', have fond recollections of the sporting grace he showed immediately after…Comment by S. Saddler 1310 on 03-16-2013
^^ Hitters, that ambush style sh*t isn't really my thing either, man. i tend to root for JP against whoever else mainly because he's a 'nice guy', have fond recollections of the sporting grace he showed immediately after the Froch…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (34)