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Photos: Sergey Kovalev Grinding Hard For Pascal Bout
Written by Radmin   
Friday, 27 February 2015 16:51

2653262346By Reynaldo "Chorizo Grande" Sanchez

Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev, the reigning WBO, WBA and IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion, was working hard with trainer John David Jackson at the Normandy Boxing Gym in Miami Beach, FL.

Kovalev vs. Pascal is a 12-round fight for the WBO, WBA and IBF Light Heavyweight World Championship Titles. The fight will be televised as part of a live triple header on HBO World Championship Boxing® on March 14, 2015 from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Tickets are on sale now at the Bell Centre ticket office, at www.evenko.ca, by telephone at 1-855-310-2525 or through Club de Boxe Champion (514-376-0980). This event is a co-promotion of Main Events and InterBox, presented by Vidéotron in association with Mise-O-Jeu.

 
Promoter Expects Crowd of 12,000 For Kovalev-Pascal
Written by Radmin   
Thursday, 26 February 2015 16:32
By David P. Greisman
Approximately 12,000 people are expected to come out for the March 14 fight between light heavyweight titleholder Sergey Kovalev and hometown star Jean Pascal at the Bell Centre in Montreal, according to Jean Bedard of InterBox, who says that ticket sales are going well.
“We started very strong just before Christmas,” Bedard said on a Feb. 24 media conference call. “As you know, nothing happened here in January or February because of the cold weather we had. I would say that we had a great day yesterday of sales and we’re thinking about 12,000, which is very good for the venue. We’ll see. We’re looking to have very good sales in the next three weeks that we still have in terms of promotion, as usual, while the heat is on, while we start talking about the fight, while the boxers are available for the media. We’re looking for a good turnout on March 14.”
The fight will air on HBO in the United States and on pay-per-view in Quebec, with the latter perhaps affecting the ticket sales, Bedard believes.
“The issue is the experience on TV is getting better and better. From what we saw five years ago to today with all the access, with the big screens on TVs, sometimes people prefer [that] instead of going up in the building in the upper bowl at $50, they prefer to buy it [on pay-per-view],” he said. “And so we have stronger and stronger pay-per-views.
“We’ll have a very good crowd,” he said. “We hope that we make it go 15. Depends on the next three weeks, and if we can have a little bit warmer weather … the economy will go again. We’re very comfortable that there will be a very nice crowd on March 14.”

Source: http://www.boxingscene.com
 
Kovalev, Pascal heats up
Written by Radmin   
Thursday, 26 February 2015 16:26

Ковалёв vs. Паскаль: заявления с пресс-конференцииBy Karl Freitag

WBO, WBA and IBF light heavyweight champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (26-0-1, 23 KOs) and former light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal (29-2-1, 17 KOs) participated in an international media conference call on Tuesday to discuss their March 14 clash in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to be televised live on HBO.

The fighters were respectful and complimentary towards each other, but there was some vitriol between the camps on the subject of prefight drug testing. The Pascal Camp wanted to use IDTM (International Doping Tests & Management), while the Kovalev camp insisted on VADA (Voluntary Anti-Doping Association). In the end, no agreement was reached. Pascal claimed VADA “has no credibility” because they only test boxers.

By Karl Freitag

WBO, WBA and IBF light heavyweight champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (26-0-1, 23 KOs) and former light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal (29-2-1, 17 KOs) participated in an international media conference call on Tuesday to discuss their March 14 clash in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to be televised live on HBO.

The fighters were respectful and complimentary towards each other, but there was some vitriol between the camps on the subject of prefight drug testing. The Pascal Camp wanted to use IDTM (International Doping Tests & Management), while the Kovalev camp insisted on VADA (Voluntary Anti-Doping Association). In the end, no agreement was reached. Pascal claimed VADA “has no credibility” because they only test boxers.

Sergey Kovalev: It’s true Pascal will be the hugest opponent in my career, but I’ve fought tough guys a lot of times with good boxers. I don’t know how he’s the best. I want to see in the ring…Whether it’s a knockout or decision doesn’t matter. I’m getting into the ring to get my next victory. That’s my goal. I’m not speculating what’s going to happen in the future.

Jean Pascal: This fight reminds me of Rocky IV and I think it’s going to be like a remake of the movie Rocky IV. You have the North American guy versus the Russian. You’ve got the East versus the West. You’ve got Drago, who killed Apollo Creed in the ring. Sergey Kovalev did the same thing maybe a couple of years ago. I am a huge underdog like Rocky was in the movie. The odds I think are about 4:1, but in this movie I’m not going to be Apollo Creed, I’m going to be the black Balboa.

I’m really, really glad to give Kovalev his first real payday. I think he got underpaid by his people because after like 33 fights it’s his first real payday…after his fight with Hopkins I think he got only $100K or something like that and that’s very, very bad for a champion of his caliber. I think Kovalev deserves way more money and I’m very glad I’m giving him this opportunity.

Kathy Duva: He made more than $100,000 to fight Hopkins. But [this fight] is a good payday and one of the reasons Sergey chose to go to Canada was because there was a financial opportunity there, but he’s doing just fine. Nobody’s going to hold any benefits for him.

 
HBO Presents "Road To Kovalev-Pascal", Saturday 2/28
Written by Radmin   
Tuesday, 24 February 2015 18:20
253262HBO Boxing presents “Road to Kovalev-Pascal,” a compelling special spotlighting the upcoming light heavyweight championship bout between undefeated knockout artist Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev defending his crown against Canada’s Jean Pascal. Their highly anticipated slugfest takes place Saturday, March 14 at the Bell Centre in Montreal and televised live on HBO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®.
 
Промо - ролик / Kovalev vs. Pascal Preview (HBO Boxing)
Written by Radmin   
Tuesday, 24 February 2015 18:13

 
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