Jo Jo Dan Shocks Bizier: Lemieux, Zewski, Beterbiev Win

Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada - In a very action packed fight between two top welterweight contenders, Jo Jo Dan (32-2, 17KO's) won a hard-fought twelve round split decision over previously undefeated Kevin Bizier (21-1, 14KO's). The scores were 116-111, 114-113 for Dan and 117-110 for Bizier. The referee took an unnecessary point away from Dan for holding in the tenth

In a battle of middleweight bangers, David Lemieux (31-2, 29KO's) dropped Jose Miguel Torres (27-6, 24KO's) seven times for a TKO in seven. Lemieux dropped Torres twice in the second, once at the end of the fourth, twice in the sixth and two more times in the seventh before Torres' corner threw in the towel.

Welterweight contender Mikael Zewski (22-0, 17KOs) blew away Ryan Davis (24-12-3, 9KOs) in three rounds of action. He battered Davis in the fight, scoring three knockdowns for a TKO  via the three knockdown rule.

Rising Canadian heavyweight prospect Didier Bence (9-1, 3KOs) suffered a shocking upset TKO defeat in the second round, after Eric Martel (10-3, 7KOs) dropped him three times (three knockdown rule).

Sebastien Bouchard (8-0, 2KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Mohamed Slimani (4-2-1, 3KOs). All three judges had it 60-54.

Hot light heavyweight prospect Artur Beterbiev (3-0, 3KOs) stopped journeyman Billy Bailey (12-18, 4KOs) in the first round of action.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lutenco on 12-01-2013

I usually like LEMIEUX but i don't see him as a world champion.

Comment by BoxngLove on 12-01-2013

could hardly award Bizier a single round in the opening 5 rounds with JoJo's body work, but Bizier got "busier" in the middle rounds. JoJo obviously won the championship rounds. The deduction was BS. JoJo wanted to fight; Bizier wanted…

Comment by Ham Porter on 12-01-2013

Wasn't an unnecessary point deduction at all. Dan was warned time and time again for excessive grappling in the rounds leading up to that and continued to do so even after having a point deducted. Weird that the younger hometown…

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