Name: Bermane Stiverne
Alias: B. WARE
Born: 1978-11-01 (Age:35)
Birthplace: La Plaine, Haiti
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Height: 6′ 2″ / 188cm
Reach: 80″ / 203cm
Boxing Record: click
Bermane "Hurricane" Stiverne of Canada, currently recognized as the top heavyweight in the Commonwealth, is the mandatory challenger for Vitali Klitschko, holder of the WBC world heavyweight title.
- Record: 49-10 
As an amateur, Stiverne participated in Tammer Tournament in Finland in 2004:
Canadian Bermane Stiverne, a resident of Laval, Quebec, turned out to be a world-class super-heavyweight. Stiverne punched very sharply and hard, protected himself well and fought in cool manner. The Canadian advanced in finals by narrowly edging Robert Helenius 12-8. "I fought carefully, I hit to the body and waited for the openings to land counter-punches" Stiverne said. Interestingly enough, three judges had given Helenius more points and only two of them had Stiverne ahead, both of them by only one point. But the points given simultaneously are the deciding ones and Stiverne was correctly ruled as the winner.
In the finals, Stiverne stopped the 205-cm Commonwealth champion David Price in the third round. The Canadian was clearly ahead when he landed a big overhand right and the referee Pekka Ruokola wisely called it off right after the count. "My agent is Lennox Lewis", Stiverne revealed. Why wasn't a fighter of this calibre in the Olympics? "In a qualifying tournament in Mexico I met a Mexican fighter (George Garcia) in the semi-finals and I was robbed. I knocked him down three times but still they gave him the decision and the place in Olympics." Source: [www.boxing.fi]