Lemieux-N’Dam Picked Up in America By Fox Sports 2

LOS ANGELES- Eye of the Tiger Management and Golden Boy Promotions in association with King Sports Worldwide and Evenko are excited to announce the U.S. broadcast of the highly anticipated vacant IBF Middleweight World Championship match-up between the Quebec power puncher David Lemieux (33-2, 31 KOs) and number one contender Hassan N'Dam (31-1, 18 KOs) on FOX Sports 2 and FOX Deportes on June 20 at 10:00 p.m. ET from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada.

The FOX Sports 2 and FOX Deportes triple-header will feature the return of the undefeated Cuban heavyweight Luis "King Kong" Ortiz (21-0, 18 KOs) in the eight-round televised opener. In the co-main event, Dierry "All In" Jean (28-1, 20 KOs) of Quebec, Canada will face Jerry "The Corpus Christi Kid" Belmontes (19-6, 5 KOs) of Corpus Christi, Texas in a 10-round fight for the NABF Lightweight title.

"Being on FOX Sports is a great opportunity to use this exposure and show fans an explosive night of boxing," said David Lemieux. "I plan to put on a show and draw more people as fans to my sport."

"We are very pleased to have FOX Sports as a partner helping in the visibility of David Lemieux's career," said Camille Estephan, President of Eye of the Tiger Management. "David is a rising star not only in the world of boxing but as well in the world of sports generally and the coverage should help in making a cross over from his sport of boxing to the world of sports."

"The broadcast on FOX Sports will allow American audiences the chance to see a great fight featuring two of the most exciting stars in boxing," said Oscar De La Hoya, President and Found of Golden Boy Promotions. "This match-up will deliver action-packed intensity as both Lemieux and N'Dam are hungry to move their careers forward and claim the title."

Tickets, which will be offered for as low as $70 (CAD) (taxes and service charges included), and are on sale now at and at the Bell Centre box office. For further information, please visit us at and , , or call 1-855-310-2525. Follow us on Twitter @Lemieuxboxing, @EOTMVD, @GoldenBoyBoxing and @evenko.

Currently ranked in the top ten middleweight fighters by the IBF, WBO, and WBA, David Lemieux is coming off of his eighth consecutive win and seventh consecutive knockout against Gabriel "King" Rosado in a headlining bout at Barclays Center on December 2014. Lemieux's previous bout against Fernando Guerrero for the then vacant NABF middleweight title resulted in a dominating win, knocking down Guerrero in the first round, second round, third round and finally a technical knockout in the fourth round. Now David Lemieux is certainly seen as a serious contender against the elite of the middleweight division.

Number one contender Hassan N'Dam of Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis, France is a fierce fighter known for his speed and endurance in the ring. A professional since 2004, N'Dam has already accumulated the WBA International Middleweight Title and the WBA World Middleweight title beating out seasoned fighters Omard Gabriel Weis and Giovanni Lorenzo for his shot at a world title.  Having lost via unanimous decision to Peter Quillin for the WBO World Middleweight Title in 2012, the top contender is ready for prove that he has the makings for of a world champion when he faces David Lemieux for the vacant IBF Middleweight World Title.

Undefeated Cuba heavyweight, Luis "King Kong" Ortiz has had a successful career knocking out opponent after opponent since his professional debut in 2010.  Ortiz has faced and defeated  some of the toughest fighters of the sport, including Luis Andres Pineda, Henry Saenz, Alex Gonzalez and Lateef Kayode, all while adding the WBA FECARBOX Heavyweight Title, the WBA Fedelatin Heavyweight Title and the WBO and WBC Latino Heavyweight titles to his collection. The contender is returning from a seven-month hiatus after fighting for the interim WBA Heavyweight World Championship in September 2014 and is ready to prove himself in front of fans and critics that he is back as a serious contender in the sport. 

Haitian-born Canadian boxer Dierry Jean made his professional debut in December 2006, triumphing over Stephane Fleury in current home of Montreal. Since his debut, the 33 year-old fighter has racked up an impressive record of 28 wins. In January 2014, Jean lost in the IBF Welterweight championship bout against Lamont Peterson but rebounded by recently defeating Mario Perez and Daniel Ruiz in 2014 and Carlos Manuel Reyes in March 2015. He looks to continue his current winning streak as he goes up against Jerry Belmontes vying for the NABF lightweight title.

Hailing from Corpus Christi, Texas, Jerry Belmontes made his professional debut winning over Olvin Mejia in January 2008 and continued his winning streak with an impressive 17 straight wins before his first loss to Eric Hunter in 2012. After tough fights against Francisco Vargas in 2013, amateur rival Omar Figueroa Jr and Abner Cotto in 2014, and Miguel Vazquez in 2015, Belmontes will look to make a comeback against Dierry Jean on June 20.

David Lemieux vs. Hassan N'Dam is a 12-round fight for the vacant IBF Middleweight World Championship presented by Eye of the Tiger Management and Golden Boy Promotions in association with Evenko. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. ET and the first bell rings at 6:45 p.m. ET. The live PPV telecast airs at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT and the FOX Sports 2 and FOX Deportes broadcast begins at 10:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. PT. The live action on FOX Sports 2 and FOX Deportes is available to customers of participating pay TV providers via FOX Sports GO app and on the web through FOX Sports GO is currently available for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire tablets and Fire phones and select Windows devices.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cinci Champ on 06-04-2015

what the hell is fox sports 2? its the same night as wards return and also broner porter so its third on my list but i would like to record and watch for sure

Comment by Joey_Torreo on 06-03-2015

That sucks I don't get fox sports 2

Comment by Pigeons on 06-03-2015

Comcast doesn't carry Fox Sports 2. Basically the same as AWE.

Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 06-03-2015

Cool... Should be an interesting clash of styles tyoe fight... N'dam has good boxing skills but suspect chin

Comment by sicko on 06-03-2015

Glad the Start Time is Late but damn that is a sh1t Network. I never watch Fox Sports 1 and I don't think I ever turned to Fox Sport 2 but I will find it for this fight!

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