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Photos: Chris Arreola Putting in Hard Work For Stiverne

Heavyweight puncher Chris Arreola (36-3-1, 31KOs) is putting in a lot of hard work for his upcoming rematch with Bermane Stiverne (23-1-1, 20KOs), taking place on May 10th in California and televised on ESPN. Last year, Stiverne won a twelve round unanimous decision over Arreola. The rematch has much higher stakes, as the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight championship will be up for grabs.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by yoz on 04-07-2014

Chris has got this.

Comment by ScottWeiland on 04-07-2014

Cris don't need to be in shape to go twelve,that's a fact. Loving reading everyone's comments writing off his chances.Arroela knew he got reckless,he got banjo'd and it ended with him on the seat of his pants,he was still competitive…

Comment by F!x on 04-07-2014

Easy work for Stiverne just like the first fight. Arreola has virtually no chance of winning other than a lucky punch.

Comment by Tay Roc on 04-07-2014

[QUOTE=New England;14401055]how on earth does a man grow a bigger snake for a rematch?[/QUOTE] The only PEDs that matter: [img]http://www.vigrxplus.me/images/extenze-order.jpg[/img]

Comment by New England on 04-06-2014

[QUOTE=robust_;14400894]Arreola gonna win this rematch.[/QUOTE] how on earth does a man grow a bigger snake for a rematch?

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