Rubio: The Fight With David Lemieux Will Be Very Violent

By Joaquin Trejo

Under very cold weather, Mexico's Marco Antonio "Poison" Rubio, is already in Canada for the match against local star David Lemieux, taking place on Friday at the Bell Centre in Montreal, and the winner will face the winner between middleweights Sebastian Zbik and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., who clash for the middleweight world title of the World Boxing Council.

With his team, the reigning WBC Latino said, "the moment of truth is here, I've come to Canada with every dream in the world of beating Lemieux and I hope to return to Mexico with the victory."

30 years and a professional fighter with 42 knockouts, Rubio is quite clear that he will be facing a crippling puncher with a 25-0 mark with 24 knockouts, so "I'll be very careful to avoid being surprised with anything."

"I did a very good job for this fight. For fitness, I did not stop. I'm not ready to fight 12 rounds, and 20 if necessary. This is going to be violent from beginning to end. He hits very hard and he's very strong and I do as well . I think people will see an explosion in Canada."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ManOfVictory on 04-08-2011

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Comment by Bierstadt on 04-05-2011

Another Armenian bull. :boxing: Lemiux's mother is Armenian, and he's embraced his heritage on numerous occasions in interviews and such. Darchinyan, Abraham, Lemieux... there must be something in genetics for power.

Comment by TX_BOXNG on 04-05-2011

Vamos rubio dele con el veneno infectelo con el chingaso mortal, lemieux has been fightin ****ty opponents, hopefully rubio takes him deep waters but i doubt that i think rubio gets k.o by 4th, but all he needs is to…

Comment by athletic on 04-05-2011

I say Lemieux by KO within 6 but it would be good if Rubio can give Lemieux a few more rounds of experience since he only has 55 since his pro debut. Rubio is no bum but Lemieux will get…

Comment by King Koko on 04-05-2011

Lemieux in 2

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