Mbilli, Heffron make weight

Christian Mbilli 166.7 vs. Mark Heffron 167.3
(WBA International/WBC Continental Americas super middleweight titles)

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Photo: Vincent Éthier

Arslanbek Makhmudov 263.8 vs. Miljan Rovcanin 236.2
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Photo: Vincent Éthier

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Wilkens Mathieu 171 vs. Przemyslaw Gorgon 170.8
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Alexandre Gaumont 159.5 vs. Santiago Fernandez 159.6
Jhon Orobio 134.5 vs. Arturo Torres Gonzalez 134.6

Venue: Gervais Auto Center, Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada
Promoter: Eye of the Tiger

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  • I don’t know who this guy that Mbilli is fighting, but he’s 30-3 so he’s gotta be pretty good right? Right, but he’s unknown and untested and I guarantee you Mbilli will walk all over him within 6 rounds proving yet again that Mbilli dominates just about everybody not ranked in the top 10. The real question is-Who is this guy Mahkmudov is fighting? He hardly looks afraid of Mahhkmudov. Once the aura of invincibility is cracked, which in Mahkmudov’s case it has been, one can not surivive on an intimidating appearance alone. Of course there has to be a heavy level of skill involved too, but Mahkmudov’s monster like appearance went a long way, but in that photo, Rovcanin (did he fight Ajagba?) looks highly unimpressed.

    • Check out Rovcanin on Boxrec. He’s been beaten by every good fighter he’s faced. His wins are all against guys with atrocious records. While the veneer of Makhmudov has been worn through, this isn’t the guy to beat him.

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