Team Bute: No Cloud or Pavlik; Pascal-Cloud in 2012
By Rick Reeno
Don Majeski, matchmaker for IBF 168-pound champion Lucian Bute, told BoxingScene.com that Bute (29-0, 24KOs) is not going to face the IBF's 175-pound champion, Tavoris Cloud (23-0, 19KOs), on November 5th. In an earlier report on BoxingScene, Cloud's trainer Al Bonani stated that Majeski reached out to explore a possible Bute-Cloud encounter for the fall. No chance, says Majeski - and Kelly Pavlik is no longer a consideration after turning down a guarantee of $1.35 million dollars.
"Lucian Bute is waiting to fight the winner of the Super Six. Bute is not looking to move up in weight," Majeski told BoxingScene.com.
Majeski, who also works alongside former light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal (26-2, 16KOs), advised BoxingScene that Cloud was a strong possibility for a January fight.
[QUOTE=Forza;10974425]You're all gonna cry when bute K.O's the winner of the SS[/QUOTE] You're a racist pos, and you pretend you like black fighters when you don't. You called me a black crackhead for saying Bute's a cherry picker and I'm…Comment by Spray_resistant on 08-11-2011
There has to be someone good Bute can fight like Kessler or Dirrell, I refuse to accept anymore that he can't find a good opponent like Johnson or even Stieglitz because they are occupied so then he just fights another…Comment by Ringlife on 08-11-2011
Bute should wait for the winner of the super six anyway it's what we all want see at 168.Comment by SAJ10 on 08-11-2011
Bute needs to sit tight. Kessler in a unification 1st would be good after he beats Sartison. The winner of that face the winner of S6.Comment by Megamasterking on 08-11-2011
[QUOTE=osocold707;10974336]Is that a legit excuse? "I wasn't picked first," or picked whatever number[/QUOTE] Who would forget to invite a WC in a tournament ? Nobody, unless you don't want him to hurt your cash cows... It's ok to make money,…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (39)