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 Last update:  7/29/2013       Read more by Random Hits         
   
Team Stiverne Frustrated With Klitschko Postponements
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OTTAWA, Canada -- When heavyweight contender Bermane "B. Ware" Stiverne (21-1, 20 KOs) upset Chris Arreola (35-3, 30 KOs) on HBO this past April 27, in a title elimination bout, it set-up the dangerous Canadian for a super fight versus future Hall of Famer and long-time World Boxing Council (WBC) World Heavyweight Champion, Vitali Klitschko (45-2, 41 KOs).

Stiverne completely dominated former world title challenger Arreola, dropping him in the third round, en route to a unanimous 12-round decision (118-109, 117-110, 117-110) for the vacant WBC Silver title.

A purse bid was set and postponed, reset and re-postponed. Finally, July 22 was supposed to be the final purse bid date when, surprisingly, the WBC once again granted another extension requested by the Team Klitschko, forcing the mandatory challenger to wait once again for his world title shot that he has now earned twice by winning a pair "title elimination" bouts. WBO No. 1 contender Stiverne, who is also rated No. 10 in the world by The Ring Magazine, had knocked out Ray Austin in the 10th round of their WBC heavyweight title eliminator on June 25, 2011.

"It's a bit frustrating to hear only two days before the scheduled purse bid that it has once again been postponed," explained Stiverne's manager, Camille Estephan, CEO of Eye Of The Tiger Management (EOTTM). "We are waiting for a new date. At this point, we have worked really hard to secure potential venues. Ottawa's Canadian Tire Centre and Montreal's Bell Centre are still at the forefront. Regardless, Bermane is ready now, or in a few months, and the longer Klitschko plays politics rather than man up and fight, the more ready we will be and the older he will get. Bermane will KO him wherever and whenever it happens."

In the meantime, though, fans can still be treated to world-class boxing in the Capital region on September 6. "For now," Estephan noted, "we are focused on our September 6th card at the Casino Lac Leamy in Gatineau. We have undefeated lightweight Ghislain "Mani" Maduma (14-0, 9 KOs) defending his WBC Continental Americas belt and also fighting for the vacant NABF (North American Boxing Federation) championship. This win, if successful, should put him in the top 5 in the world (Maduma is presently rated No. 14 by the WBC). (Super featherweight) Baha Laham (12-0-1, 5 KOs) and (light heavyweight Andy Gardiner (8-0. 4 KOs) are also being showcased in separate eight- round fights. If you know anything about these two guys, I don't have to tell you it's going to be exciting."

Tickets for Sept. 6th event are on sale now and very reasonably priced at $40.00 and $60.00, while tables of 10 may be purchased for $1,500, by visiting www.admission.com or at the Final Round Boxing Club, 15 Eccles Street in Ottawa. For further information visit www.eottm.com, contact EOTTM at (514) 632-56666, or follow on Twitter @eotmvd.

Tags: Vitali Klitschko , Bermane Stiverne



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comment by Dirk Diggler UK, on 07-30-2013
Vitali needs to sh1t or get off the toilet. He's looking a bit of a mug now after claiming he wanted to knock Haye out and not following through. Now he's stalling on some mandatory bum.

comment by Stallion_, on 07-30-2013
Vitali should retire. He will still be a strong favorite if the fight happens.

comment by BostonGuy, on 07-30-2013
Vitali in his ripe old age still handles Stiverne with no problem. Stiverne is a quick sharp counter puncher but isn't aggressive enough at time and against a much taller fighter he's gonna have to work his way to get inside to mount his offense. I could see Vitali have some tense moments in the ...

comment by joe strong, on 07-30-2013
Let's not forget stiverne broke arreola's nose but he was still able to go 12 & make a fight of it. Props to arreola for going the 12 but i really think(just my opinion)that if arreola doesnt break his nose the fight could have been different. His breathing & attack was obviously effected but sti...

comment by Tobi.G, on 07-30-2013
[QUOTE=daggum]because arreola sucks?[/QUOTE] Not as much as Austin!

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