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Reflecting on a busy boxing Weekend – Stiverne, Mathews, Eubank, Kessler and more

The big fight of the weekend saw Haitian Bermane Stiverne take the vacant WBC heavyweight title in an exciting slugfest against Mexican-American Chris Arreola in Los Angeles.  The heavyweight division is gradually returning to life.  In the past couple of years we have been treated to all-out action classics like Povetkin-Huck, Perez-Abdusalamov and now this one.  

Reflecting on a busy boxing Weekend – Stiverne, Mathews, Eubank, Kessler and more

The big fight of the weekend saw Haitian Bermane Stiverne take the vacant WBC heavyweight title in an exciting slugfest against Mexican-American Chris Arreola in Los Angeles.  The heavyweight division is gradually returning to life.  In the past couple of years we have been treated to all-out action classics like Povetkin-Huck, Perez-Abdusalamov and now this one.  

Reflecting on a busy boxing Weekend – Stiverne, Mathews, Eubank, Kessler and more

The big fight of the weekend saw Haitian Bermane Stiverne take the vacant WBC heavyweight title in an exciting slugfest against Mexican-American Chris Arreola in Los Angeles.  The heavyweight division is gradually returning to life.  In the past couple of years we have been treated to all-out action classics like Povetkin-Huck, Perez-Abdusalamov and now this one.  

Reflecting on a busy boxing Weekend – Stiverne, Mathews, Eubank, Kessler and more

The big fight of the weekend saw Haitian Bermane Stiverne take the vacant WBC heavyweight title in an exciting slugfest against Mexican-American Chris Arreola in Los Angeles.  The heavyweight division is gradually returning to life.  In the past couple of years we have been treated to all-out action classics like Povetkin-Huck, Perez-Abdusalamov and now this one.  

Stiverne stops Arreola in sixth to garner vacant heavyweight crown

A quite sparse crowd would be on hand (3,992 paid attendance) at USC’s Galen Center this evening where a visiting Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KO’s) would in the sixth round stop Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (35-4, 31 KO’s) to become the first ever fighter of Haitian descent to capture a world’s heavyweight title.

The time, 2 minutes and 2 seconds of round 6 as Bermane with the same counter right hand that dropped Arreola in their previous meeting connected big time to eventually snuff out the Mexican’s latest of title aspirations.

With Arreola able to find his legs and beat the count after the first of 3 knockdowns in round 6, Stiverne smelling blood in the water would swarm “The Nightmare” to drop him a second time, putting his counterpart in a seriously bad way.

Stiverne stops Arreola in sixth to garner vacant heavyweight crown

A quite sparse crowd would be on hand (3,992 paid attendance) at USC’s Galen Center this evening where a visiting Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KO’s) would in the sixth round stop Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (35-4, 31 KO’s) to become the first ever fighter of Haitian descent to capture a world’s heavyweight title.

The time, 2 minutes and 2 seconds of round 6 as Bermane with the same counter right hand that dropped Arreola in their previous meeting connected big time to eventually snuff out the Mexican’s latest of title aspirations.

With Arreola able to find his legs and beat the count after the first of 3 knockdowns in round 6, Stiverne smelling blood in the water would swarm “The Nightmare” to drop him a second time, putting his counterpart in a seriously bad way.

Stiverne stops Arreola in sixth to garner vacant heavyweight crown

A quite sparse crowd would be on hand (3,992 paid attendance) at USC’s Galen Center this evening where a visiting Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KO’s) would in the sixth round stop Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (35-4, 31 KO’s) to become the first ever fighter of Haitian descent to capture a world’s heavyweight title.

The time, 2 minutes and 2 seconds of round 6 as Bermane with the same counter right hand that dropped Arreola in their previous meeting connected big time to eventually snuff out the Mexican’s latest of title aspirations.

With Arreola able to find his legs and beat the count after the first of 3 knockdowns in round 6, Stiverne smelling blood in the water would swarm “The Nightmare” to drop him a second time, putting his counterpart in a seriously bad way.

Stiverne stops Arreola in sixth to garner vacant heavyweight crown

A quite sparse crowd would be on hand (3,992 paid attendance) at USC’s Galen Center this evening where a visiting Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KO’s) would in the sixth round stop Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (35-4, 31 KO’s) to become the first ever fighter of Haitian descent to capture a world’s heavyweight title.

The time, 2 minutes and 2 seconds of round 6 as Bermane with the same counter right hand that dropped Arreola in their previous meeting connected big time to eventually snuff out the Mexican’s latest of title aspirations.

With Arreola able to find his legs and beat the count after the first of 3 knockdowns in round 6, Stiverne smelling blood in the water would swarm “The Nightmare” to drop him a second time, putting his counterpart in a seriously bad way.

Stiverne stops Arreola in sixth to garner vacant heavyweight crown

A quite sparse crowd would be on hand (3,992 paid attendance) at USC’s Galen Center this evening where a visiting Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KO’s) would in the sixth round stop Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (35-4, 31 KO’s) to become the first ever fighter of Haitian descent to capture a world’s heavyweight title.

The time, 2 minutes and 2 seconds of round 6 as Bermane with the same counter right hand that dropped Arreola in their previous meeting connected big time to eventually snuff out the Mexican’s latest of title aspirations.

With Arreola able to find his legs and beat the count after the first of 3 knockdowns in round 6, Stiverne smelling blood in the water would swarm “The Nightmare” to drop him a second time, putting his counterpart in a seriously bad way.

Stiverne stops Arreola in sixth to garner vacant heavyweight crown

A quite sparse crowd would be on hand (3,992 paid attendance) at USC’s Galen Center this evening where a visiting Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KO’s) would in the sixth round stop Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (35-4, 31 KO’s) to become the first ever fighter of Haitian descent to capture a world’s heavyweight title.

The time, 2 minutes and 2 seconds of round 6 as Bermane with the same counter right hand that dropped Arreola in their previous meeting connected big time to eventually snuff out the Mexican’s latest of title aspirations.

With Arreola able to find his legs and beat the count after the first of 3 knockdowns in round 6, Stiverne smelling blood in the water would swarm “The Nightmare” to drop him a second time, putting his counterpart in a seriously bad way.

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