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Bermane Stiverne prepares for Povetkin in Russia

Staff Writer

Haiti Sentinel

YEKATERINBURG, Sverdlovsk Oblast, RU (sentinel.ht) – Haitian-Canadian Bermane Stiverne landed in Russia ahead of his December 17 fight against Alexander Povetkin. The two met up for a press conference in Yekaterinburg where Stiverne told journalists he does not plan to box for 12 rounds, “I’m going to try to finish the fight early.”

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The former WBC Heavyweight trains out of Las Vegas but didn’t seem to bothered by the travel. “Russia’s a beautiful country. As for the weather, I’m used to such a climate because I lived in Canada. This is something that I’ve seen before. Frankly, I was in Canada for a long time, but now I am constantly in Las Vegas and Miami but I knew what to expect before I came here,” Stiverne said.

“I had to work on endurance. I had to pour more fuel into my tanks. I worked on it. I have to be in good physical shape in order to win, to do it with confidence. We – along with my trainers did everything we planned – to have enough power for all 12 rounds. But as I said earlier, I do not plan to box for 12 rounds and I’m going try to finish the fight early. I know that Povetkin is a very talented fighter and you have to be ready for anything,” Stiverne said.

“I have only one goal – to re-enter the ring with Wilder. I wasn’t even interested in the title, I just want another fight with him. The way I lost to him … I will say this, this is not a loss that I can accept. I was out of shape, and I have something for him in a rematch. But right now my goal is to beat Povetkin, so all my thoughts are only about this fight. I circled the entire globe, and I did not come here to lose.”

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Post source : Boxing Scene

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