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Stevenson vs George Pushed To October 12, Montreal

It is on the hubcaps that GYM will launch the "Fast and Furious" series on October 12 at the Bell Centre while the awaited  super middleweight  IBF title eliminator between Quebec Adonis "Superman" Stevenson (18-1-0, 15KO) and American Donovan "Da Bomb" George (23-2-1, 20KB) will be the stars in the main event. We know that the winner between these two powerful hitters become the mandatory challenger to IBF champion Englishman Carl Froch.

"We are particularly pleased to resume our activities with this improved series of Fast & Furious even more accessible to fans, which will, in a great atmosphere, provide great opportunities to young GYM’s boxers promised to bright futures. We are also proud of the importance and challenge of our first final between Adonis “Superman” Stevenson and Don “Da Bomb” George that sets the tone for a year especially crucial for our boxers. "To say the president of GYM Yvon Michel.

Also that this series is accessible to all in the comfort of their homes, the fights will be available to television through Canal Indigo, Bell TV, Shaw TV and the USA on Wealth TV United States.

GYM wishes to thank its key partners, including Pierre Bibeau  of Loto Quebec, Robert Dépatie of Videotron, Pierre Dion of TVA Sports, Jacques Aubé of Evenko, Charles Benoit and Martin Spalding from Astral Radio, Coors Light, Marc Roberge, Martin Trudel and Guy St-Pierre of Tonikgroupimage, Marcel Savard of BLlitho, Houston restaurants, Adidas and Rival. They are almost all with GYM since the beginning of the adventure and their participation is as important as appreciated.

This is an invitation to everyone from October 12 at the Bell Centre, the GYM Boxing Series "Fast and Furious", an innovative and popular concept. Tickets will be on sale for the series from Montreal Wednesday August 29 at noon.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mick Higgs on 08-29-2012

Stephenson's never even challenged for the Commonwealth title & I'm sure if he did George Groves would KO him within 8 rounds.

Comment by ddangerous on 08-28-2012

After seeing George's last outing, I can't help but get the feeling Adonis is just going to tee off on him. Stevenson by highlight reel KO.

Comment by lastrealfan on 08-28-2012

How does the winner of this fight deserve a shot a Frch. There both prospects and even wit a win in this fight they won't deserve a tittle shot over lets say Pavlik, Kessler,Dirril(either of them), or Edwin Rodriquez wh…

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