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Beterbiev Will Fight Browne In Montreal

By Daniel Cloutier


MONTRÉAL — The WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montrealer Russian Artur Beterbiev will have a first fight in Montréal in five years. December 17th at Bell Centre in Montréal, Beterbiev (16-0-0) will defend his world title against the first WBC first contender, the New Yorker Marcus Browne (24-1-0).

“It’s really important for me the dispute a fight in my adoption city,” said Beterbiev. “Montréal is a great city. I got a great training camp so far, and he will certainly be ready for this challenge.”

Beterbiev’s trainer, the Montrealer Marc Ramsay, said: “Browne is an excellent fighter, he is very fast, then,. my fighter needs a great preparation for this challenge, and I am positive that Beterbiev will deliver us another great performance. He is always great in each fight.”

The only defeat on the Browne’s record, happened in 2019 in Brooklyn, New York, when the Montrealer Jean Pascal (35-6-1) beat him by decision.

Beterbiev’s trainer, the Montrealer Marc Ramsay, said: “Browne is a very good opponent. He is fast and good technically. But my fighter is ready for this challenge. I am positive that Beterbiev will deliver us a great performance December 17th at Bell Centre. He is preparing himself very seriously.”



 

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