|Watch Boxing: Jean Pascal vs. Aleksy Kuziemski|
By Media Report on Doghouse Boxing (Dec 11, 2012)
CA. Jean Pascal
(26-2-1, 16 KOs), the proven World
Boxing Council (WBC) Light Heavyweight champion from 2009 to 2011, is returning
to the ring to battle former Olympian and two-time WBO world challenger Aleksy
Kuziemski, live and exclusively on WealthTV Friday, December 14 at 7 PM EST from
the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada.
2010, Pascal had an impressive victory over the then undefeated Chad Dawson,
giving Dawson his first professional loss. Pascal twice went the distance with the
legendary Bernard Hopkins. In the first Pascal v. Hopkins fight,
Pascal became the first man to put the future Hall of Famer on the canvas in
more than fifteen years, yet Pascal was only able to secure a draw. In Pascal’s last outing, a WBC/IBO
world unification fight against Hopkins back in May of 2011, Pascal took Hopkins
the distance but came up short on points.
Pascal plans to once again
fight WBC Light Heavyweight Champion Chad Dawson on March, 23 2013 but before
that fight can take place Pascal must get himself back in the various boxing
associations’ rankings with an impressive performance against
to upset the apple cart, Kuziemski (23-4, 7 KOs), comes into this fight with
extensive amateur and professional experience. He won a bronze medal at the 2003 World
Championships in Bangkok, Thailand, and represented Poland in the 2004 Athens
Olympics (Pascal fought for Canada in the same Olympiad.) Kuziemski has also challenged for a WBO
world title twice but came up short against champion Juergen Braehmer and
undefeated Nathan Cleverly
Pascal is one of the most exciting fighters in the world. We know Kuziemski has been training hard
and will be trying to make a statement, making the toe-to-toe action
exciting for our viewers,” stated Tommy Morris, director of live events for WealthTV. “The main event will have fight fans on
the edge of their seats. We’re also
excited about the strong undercard bouts featuring a number of undefeated rising
stars, making for a great night of professional boxing entertainment,” Morris
card also contains middleweight, David Lemieux (27-2, 26 KOs), who has
astonishingly knocked out 26 opponents in his 27 victories. Lemieux will square off against a tough
Albert Ayrapetyan (20-3, 9 KOs.)
Alverez (10-0, 6 KO) will be trading punches with England’s Danny McIntosh
(13-3, 7KOs) for the WBO NABO light heavyweight title. Both Lemieux and Alverez appeared on WealthTV on October, 12, 2012, both won in
knockouts in the first and second round respectively.
Additionally, undefeated super featherweight Logan
McGuinness (18-0 9 KOs) is scheduled for 10 rounds with Carlos Manuel Reyes
(23-1-1, 15 KOs) and welterweights Kevin Bizier (18-0, 13KOs) and upset
specialist Doel Carrasquillo will duke it out as well.
entire card will be featured live and exclusively on WealthTV, which is available nationally on
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1470 in HD, along with over 100 cable systems across the country as well as on
line viewing via computer and a numerous connected devices and via www.wealthtv.com.
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