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A National Day gala for Steven Butler


Boxer Steve Butler will contest the main event of an Eye of the Tiger Management (EOTTM) gala when he takes on USNBC World Boxing Council Middleweight Champion Brandon Brewer on June 23 at the Cabaret du Casino de Montreal.

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During this event aimed at launching the National Day celebrations according to EOTTM, Butler (29-3-1, 25 KOs) will have the opportunity to get his hands on the NABF belt in his category. However, New Brunswicker Brewer (25-1-2, 11 KOs) is a tough rival with no knockouts. among professionals. Discipline will be one of the keys to the confrontation.

“Brewer is not only a boxer, but also an active boxer who can get us through some tough rounds. The objective is to see if Steven can be as efficient in the last rounds while keeping the same intensity as at the start of the fight. We have to make sure of that by having a quality opponent and I believe that will be the case,” Butler’s coach Rénald Boisvert said in a statement.

Nevertheless, his protege is swimming in confidence after defeating Hector Manuel Zepeda in the third round on March 3.

“I am more determined than ever to continue my climb to the top. It’s nothing personal, but I intend to hurt Brewer on June 23. He’s on my way and I want to keep moving forward,” said Butler.

Other known figures

Erik Bazinyan (27-0-0, 21 KOs), Artem Oganesyan (13-0-0, 11 KOs) and Yves Ulysse Junior (20-2-0, 11 KOs) .) will also climb the arena against rivals to be determined.

Ranked No. 5 in the world by the World Boxing Association and holder of the NABF super middleweight title, Bazinyan will be making a second title defense. Oganesyan will return to the ring after a victory against Stephen Danyo allowing him to obtain a new belt, that of the NABF at super-welterweight. For his part, Ulysse Junior retained his NABF super-lightweight belt against David Théroux, whom he stopped during the fifth round on July 16 in Shawinigan.




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