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Lucian Bute vs Eleider Alvarez Fight

Lucian Bute vs Eleider Alvarez Date, Time, TV Info and More

Event: Lucian Bute vs Eleider Alvarez Fight
Date: February 24
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Vidéotron Centre of Québec City.

TV Info

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LUCIAN BUTE

Lucian Bute is a Romanian-Canadian professional boxer. He held the IBF super-middleweight title from 2007 to 2012, making nine successful defenses and reaching a peak ranking of number one in the division by The Ring magazine. He is now 36 years old. And he played 36 match and he win more than 31 match.

ELEIDER ALVAREZ

Eleider Alvarez Is a professional boxer of Mexico. He was born in July 18, 1990. Now he is 26 years old. He played more than 49 match. Streangely he won more than 47 match. He is leading his professional boxing life very well. Now he will face Bute.

First, the positive angle. While the boxing scene in Montreal and area has flourished over the last decade, there’s been a notable lack of compelling domestic clashes between Canadian fighters, despite an abundance of talent. And when these contests do happen, they’re often past their best-before dates, Lucian Bute vs Eleider Alvarez  being a prime example. However, whatever one thinks of Bute vs Alvarez, it is a major fight with major implications, and with Steven Butler set to face fellow unbeaten rival Brandon Cook on January 28, we just might be witnessing a positive shift in terms of high-profile, all-Canadian showdowns.

It is a local confrontation between two athletes who chose Quebec as their adopted home, fully integrating in the loal culture and learning French, as well as where they’ve fought the vast majority of their bouts. The result of this major clash will also have enormous repercussions at the international level in the light heavyweight division.