The good people at Boxcaster are joining forces with your preferred independent combat sports website so we can feature even more top-shelf content on a daily basis and keep fight fiends informed and entertained. For our inaugural collaboration we offer today Boxcaster’s cogent and concise breakdown for one of the year’s more intriguing match-ups, a fight with serious implications for an increasingly competitive division, that being Billy Joe Saunders defending his WBO middleweight title against resurgent power-puncher David Lemieux. If you’re not already hyped for what should be a spectacular event on December 16 in Laval, Quebec, let Boxcaster get you amped up as they discuss the implications and how the winner of Saunders vs Lemieux will be sitting pretty in a crowded field of contenders and wanna-be’s. Check it out:
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“But for right now, what appears certain is Canelo vs Golovkin II will take place sometime within the next several months, and Saunders vs Lemieux is definitely going down on December 16. And while the latter match-up may not be half as lucrative as the former, it’s still an attractive pairing given the contrasting styles of the fighters and the recent performances of both men. The slick boxing Saunders is coming off a convincing and one-sided win over Willie Monroe, while Lemieux has notched four consecutive victories, including an impressive, one-punch knockout of Curtis Stevens.” From “The End Of Middleweight Madness?” by Neil Crane