Jean Pascal Could Fight Adonis Stevenson The WBC World Heavyweight
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Jean Pascal Could Fight Adonis Stevenson For The WBC World Heavyweight

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Jean Pascal Adonis Stevenson

The possibility of a clash between Adonis Stevenson and the winner of the fight Lucian Bute and Jean Pascal is conceivable reported Friday La Presse. The winner of the bout will become mandatory challenger to the WBC belt Stevenson. This was confirmed Mauricio Sulaiman of the WBC daily. However, according to Yvon Michel, Stevenson could wait until 2015 before facing his mandatory challenger again.

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