|Rated at Welterweight|
Wins by KO 16
Name Kevin Bizier
Stance Orthodox stance
Height 175 cm (5 ft 9 in)
No contests 0
Total fights 27
|Born August 12, 1984 (age 31)
Saint-Emile, Quebec (1984-08-12) |
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Kevin bizier vs jo jo dan highlights 12 19 2014
Kevin Bizier (born 12 August 1984) is a Canadian professional boxer who has challenged once for the IBF welterweight title, in 2016.
- Kevin bizier vs jo jo dan highlights 12 19 2014
- Bizier vs Lawson FULL FIGHT Nov 7 2015 PBC on NBCSN
- Amateur career
- Professional career
- Bizier vs Dan
- Bizier vs Dan 2
Bizier vs Lawson FULL FIGHT: Nov 7, 2015 - PBC on NBCSN
His amateur performance allowed him to become the Fighting pride of Quebec City. Bizier was 7-time Canadian champion during his amateur career. He also represented Canada on the world stage as a member of the national team. He has participated in several tournaments 2007 world championships in Chicago, the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Australia and the 2005 world championship in Mianyang. In the amateur he participated in a total of 124 fights with 98 wins.
His greatest achievement among amateurs is a victory over the gold medalist of the 2008 Summer Olympics, the Dominican Felix Diaz, during the tournament Copa Romana, Dominican Republic in 2006. Among the high-level boxers he faced include Breidis Prescott, Serik Sapiyev and Marcos Maidana.
Bizier happened professionally in 2008 with Groupe Yvon Michel (GYM) of Montreal. In his twentieth fight Bizier defeated former world champion Nate Campbell, so to get hold of his IBF Inter-Continental welterweight Champion. In addition, having been champion NABA Welterweight from 2011 to 2013.
Bizier vs. Dan
The first fight between Bizier and Jo Jo Dan was a war in which both boxers was completely exhausted after the 8th round. At the end of the battle, the judges issued a controversial split decision in favor of Dan.
Bizier vs. Dan 2
In October 2014, the IBF ordered an eliminator rematch to become mandatory challenger for the welterweight world title held by Kell Brook.