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JEAN PASCAL vs. ROBERTO BOLONTI


December 6, 2014 * Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada




LIVE on Pay-Per-View - 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT


  

Pascal-Bolonti PPV  


OFFICIAL WEIGHTS  


North American PPV live this Sat. from Montreal starting at 8 p.m. ET


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INTENSE PASCAL-BOLONTI STAREDOWN
PASCAL'S TRAINER ROY JONES JR. THE PEACEMAKER



Posted Image   Posted Image Posted Image L-R: Jean Pascal, Roy Jones Jr. & Roberto Bolonti



WHO:    Main Event -- Light Heavyweights (10) -- PPV


JEAN PASCAL (29-2-1, 17 KOs), Laval, Quebec, Canada 179.6 lbs.


   ROBERTO BOLONTI (35-3, 24 KOs), Buenos Aires, Argentina 179 lbs.

(180. lbs catchweight)

Posted Image Jean Pascal Posted Image Roberto Bolonti



Co-Feature - WBC International Super Middleweight Championship (12) - PPV


   SCHILLER HYPPOLITE (13-1, 9 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada 168.7 lbs.


NORBERT NEMESAPATI (15-1, 14 KOs), Budapest, Hungary 167.6 lbs.



Super Featherweights (8) - PPV


JOEL DIAZ, JR. (17-0, 13 KOs), Palmdale, California, USA 129.7 lbs.


PEDRO NAVARRETE (28-19-3, 17 KOs), San Juan Zitaltepec, Mexico 129.5 lbs.



Super Welterweights (6/8) - PPV


STEVEN BUTLER (8-0, 7 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada 151.7 lbs.


LYES CHAIBI (12-7-2, 2 KOs), Saint-Etienne, Loire, France 149.6 lbs.



Welterweights (8)


YVES ULYSSE, JR. (4-0, 3 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada 143.8 lbs.


LUKASZ JANIK (12-7-1, 8 KOs), Katowice, Poland 145 lbs.



   Heavyweights (8)


BOGDAN DINU (11-0, 7 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada 237.6 lbs.


MIKAEL VIEIRA (14-4-1, 7 KOs), Montlucon, Allier, France 227 lbs.



   Super Lightweights (6/8) - Swing Bout


DAVID THEROUX (4-0, 3 KOs), Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, Canada 141.7 lbs.


MAURYCY GOJKO (22-44-3, 8 KOs), Lublin, Poland 141.4 lbs.



WHAT: Pascal-Bolonti PPV




WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014



WHERE:    Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada



PROMOTER: Interbox





PPV: Available throughout North America.Integrated Sports Media will distributed in the    United States for live viewing at 8:00 p.m. ET - 5:00 p.m. PT on both cable and
satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DirecTV, DISH, and Vubiquity for a suggested


retail price of only $24.95. Plus viewers in the US can order on-line by going to


www.GFL.tv. Saturday night's event will be available on PPV in Canada on Indigo
and Bell in French and English, as well as via Rogers, Shaw and Sask-Tel in English

only.





ANNOUNCERS:  Corey Erdman (blow-by-blow) & Benny Ricardo (color analyst)  



INFORMATION: www.InterBox.ca or www.integratedsportsnet.com


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johnnyblaze's Photo johnnyblaze 05 Dec 2014

Wonder if Pascal is still using Memo Heredia?
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jlc80's Photo jlc80 05 Dec 2014

View Postjohnnyblaze, on 05 December 2014 - 05:03 PM, said:

Wonder if Pascal is still using Memo Heredia?

He always seems in great shape. Usually has stamina issues except versus Bute.
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View Postjlc80, on 05 December 2014 - 05:20 PM, said:

He always seems in great shape. Usually has stamina issues except versus Bute.
Memo was definitely in that camp.
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View Postjohnnyblaze, on 05 December 2014 - 05:25 PM, said:

Memo was definitely in that camp.

That's slander, JB. :lol:
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View Postjlc80, on 05 December 2014 - 05:28 PM, said:

That's slander, JB. :lol:
No man, that's truth:

According to fitness and conditioning guru Angel "Memo" Heredia, he will be working with former light heavyweight king Jean Pascal (27-2-1, 16KOs) Pascal will soon be training for the fight of his life when takes on former super middleweight champion Lucian Bute (31-1, 24KOs) in a Canadian super-fight on May 25th in a venue to be determined in Canada.

Heredia works with former four division champion Juan Manuel Marquez. The Mexican boxer credits Heredia for playing a major role in helping him develop his new muscular body, which helped Marquez knock Manny Pacquiao out in the sixth round last December.
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fourtheboys96's Photo fourtheboys96 06 Dec 2014

Pascal holds Bolonti. Bolinti punches while being held. Pascal gets pissed and punches Bolonti while ref was trying to separate them.

If ever he fights Kovalev, he better expect more than being punched while clinching/holding.
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The Akbar One's Photo The Akbar One 06 Dec 2014

LOL, that wasn't anywhere close to being a KO shot.  Bolonti just packed it in.  This is laughable.  The rabbit punches Bolonti was throwing in the clinch were harder shots.
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fourtheboys96's Photo fourtheboys96 06 Dec 2014

Punches you don't expect have worse effect than those you expect. Bolonti probably saw the ref trying to break the action and did not expect Pascal to punch.
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The Akbar One's Photo The Akbar One 06 Dec 2014

That shit didn't have any concussive effect what so ever.  The doctors left the ring looking like, you have got to be kidding me.  That was one of those soccer dives.  Notice they left him to his trainer and a paramedic.  If he was seriously hurt, the docs would have stayed with him the whole time.  Half muff, half punch.  Laughable.
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View Postjohnnyblaze, on 05 December 2014 - 05:32 PM, said:

No man, that's truth:

According to fitness and conditioning guru Angel "Memo" Heredia, he will be working with former light heavyweight king Jean Pascal (27-2-1, 16KOs) Pascal will soon be training for the fight of his life when takes on former super middleweight champion Lucian Bute (31-1, 24KOs) in a Canadian super-fight on May 25th in a venue to be determined in Canada.

Heredia works with former four division champion Juan Manuel Marquez. The Mexican boxer credits Heredia for playing a major role in helping him develop his new muscular body, which helped Marquez knock Manny Pacquiao out in the sixth round last December.
hey steriods are all over in all sports. boxing has had its share tiger woods also was juicin at one time
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Shaun Waller's Photo Shaun Waller 07 Dec 2014

He was lucky it wasn't called a DQ, actually it shoulda been since the fight ended on an intentional foul.  The punch didn't look especially hard, however in landed right on the chin and Bolonti looked completely relaxed, like he wasn't expecting a blow.
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View PostShaun Waller, on 07 December 2014 - 01:13 PM, said:

He was lucky it wasn't called a DQ, actually it shoulda been since the fight ended on an intentional foul.  The punch didn't look especially hard, however in landed right on the chin and Bolonti looked completely relaxed, like he wasn't expecting a blow.

A DQ? No way man. The rabbit punches that Bolonti landed on the back of the head were harder. Bolonti was knocked down earlier in the round and decided to quit.
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Shaun Waller's Photo Shaun Waller 07 Dec 2014

^^^  I understand what u r sayin, it did look like a flop.  But going by the unified rules if a fighter cannot continue after an intentional foul, thr ref has no choice but to DQ Pascal.  It woulda sucked but look at the Humberto Soto v Lorenzo fight.
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