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Lucian Bute Working Over Sparring Partners Judah, McGirt

By Chris LaBate

IBF super middleweight champion Lucian Bute (27-0, 22KOs) is working very hard in his training camp, which is presently taking in Miami, Florida. He defends the title against Brian Magee (34-3, 24KOs) on March 19 at the Bell Centre in Quebec. After starting off slow, Bute has really imprvoved over the last couple of weeks and greatly improved his form. He is reportedly holding nothing back when working over his sparring partners, cruiserweight Daniel Judah, and super middleweight James McGirt Jr. Bute has been traing for twelve, thirteen rounds at a time and ready for the first fight of his exlcusive contract with Showtime.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LoveForBoxing on 03-07-2011

[QUOTE=rasdun;10195658]Magee is a crap opponent, but with the deep division and especially the fighters who have dropped out of super 6- he should have some decent opponents to choose from, like Kessler or Dirrell. Also, no way Froch is winning…

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 03-06-2011

Bute seems to be fighting nothing but sparring partners lately anyway. :lol1: Dirrell and Kessler are available now, he should call one of them out. Even if they turn him down at least it shows that he's trying to fight…

Comment by Pullcounter on 03-06-2011

let me know when bute fights a live body...

Comment by Kagami Taiga on 03-06-2011

[QUOTE=ssop;10196789]Mcgee had 11 riund against Froch. It seem because he is not american that he is a crap....Bute is the best of the division,[/QUOTE] wait...u cant be serious rite???

Comment by ssop on 03-06-2011

Mcgee had 11 riund against Froch. It seem because he is not american that he is a crap....Bute is the best of the division,

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