Difference between revisions of "Kevin Bizier vs. Nate Campbell"

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*Campbell was fighting at the heaviest weight of his career to date and it was his first bout at the 147-pound limit.
 
*Campbell was fighting at the heaviest weight of his career to date and it was his first bout at the 147-pound limit.
 
*Campbell, who appeared his age, retired on his stool citing a back injury. He had taken the bulk of the punishment.
 
*Campbell, who appeared his age, retired on his stool citing a back injury. He had taken the bulk of the punishment.
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*In the post-fight interview, Campbell said he did not plan to retire, but would return to 140 lbs.

Latest revision as of 03:53, 9 February 2013

2013-02-08 : Kevin Bizier 146½ lbs beat Nate Campbell 146¼ lbs by RTD at 3:00 in round 8 of 12

Noted

  • Kevin Bizier 19-0 (13 KOs) vs. Nate Campbell 36-9-1 (26 KOs)
  • Campbell, who entered as a 4.25-to-1 betting underdog, was a late replacement for England's John O'Donnell (27-2, 11 KOs), who broke his left hand while training. [1]
  • Campbell was fighting at the heaviest weight of his career to date and it was his first bout at the 147-pound limit.
  • Campbell, who appeared his age, retired on his stool citing a back injury. He had taken the bulk of the punishment.
  • In the post-fight interview, Campbell said he did not plan to retire, but would return to 140 lbs.