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David Lemieux Gives Look into his Boxing Career Ahead of Highly Anticipated Return Into the Ring on Oct.22
LOS ANGELES (October 20, 2016) Stepping into the ring after a bloody fourth round knock out over Glen Tapia this past May in Las Vegas under the Canelo-Khan Card, David Lemieux has been gearing up for his highly anticipated return to the ring to take on Argentina’s Christian Fabian Rios at Montreal’s Bell Center this Saturday, October 22 in “Blood, Guts and Glory”presented by Eye of the Tiger Management, Golden Boy Promotions and InterBox in association with evenko and Videotron. Die-hard fans can watch the broadcast starting at 6:30 EST / 3:30 PT through PunchingGrace.com. Lemieux followers can also keep up to date with all of the fight week events below.
How are you training for this fight?
“I have been training hard for this fight and trying to make sure to be in the ring with different sparring partners to make sure we are well prepared against Rios. We are doing everything that we can to ensure we don’t leave any detail behind.”
“I’m already in my zone when its fight time. I have a weird way of dealing with things. Sometimes it’s not even relevant to the fight that is before. It could be as simple as a distant memory or certain spaces and environments where I just can pull myself together. By the time I get in the ring I am where I need to be mentally.”
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