If you’re a boxing loving night owl, you’re in for a treat tonight. Middleweights David Lemieux and Curtis Stevens will face off in a bout scheduled for 12 rounds in a matchup that should produce fireworks. Both of these fighters throw punches in bunches and have lots of power, so get ready to wear out the edge of your seat.
Lemieux (36-3, 32 KOs) is the favorite tonight, which makes sense considering his impressive track record. The Montreal, Quebec native is a former IBF middleweight champion, and he boasts wins over Héctor Camacho Jr. (1st round KO), Fernando Guerrero (3rd round KO), Gabriel Rosado (10th round KO), Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam (unanimous decision), and Glen Tapia (4th round KO).
Stevens (29-5, 21 KOs) is from Brownsville, Brooklyn, so he should have the crowd on his side tonight. Although Stevens has never held a world title, he’s certainly no slouch. He’s earned wins over Piotr Wilczewski (3rd round KO), Elvin Ayala (1st round KO), Saúl Román (1st round KO), Patrick Majewski (1st round KO), and James de la Rosa (unanimous decision).
Now that you know a little bit about the fighters, let’s breakdown all of the different ways you can watch the middleweight bout.
David Lemieux vs. Curtis Stevens Tale Of The Tape
Age: Lemieux (28), Stevens (32)
Height: Lemieux (5’9.5″), Stevens (5’7″)
Reach: Lemieux (70 in), Stevens (71.5 in)
Weight: Lemieux (159 lb), Stevens (158.25 lb)
Stance: Lemieux (Orthodox), Stevens (Orthodox)
David Lemieux vs. Curtis Stevens Viewing Details
Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
Time: 11:00 P.M. EST
Location: Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York
TV Channel: HBO
Odds: Lemieux (-375), Stevens (+250)
How To Watch David Lemieux vs. Curtis Stevens Live Stream Online
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Stream David Lemieux vs. Curtis Stevens On Phone, Tablet & Other Devices
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