Hear what newly crowned WBC heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne, Chris Arreola, and promoters Don King and Dan Goossen had to say after Stiverne’s thrilling sixth-round TKO of Arreola on May 10 in Los Angeles.
Undefeated KO machine Deontay Wilder was ringside for Bermane Stiverne’s sixth-round stoppage of Chris Arreola and, as the mandatory challenger to the new WBC titleholder, said he sees nothing to worry about.
Bermane Stiverne stopped Chris Arreola in the sixth round to win the vacant WBC heavyweight title and become a major player in the sport.
Bermane Stiverne became the first major heavyweight titleholder from Haiti with a sixth-round stoppage of Chris Arreola on Saturday at the Galen Center on USC’s campus. Stiverne, who won the vacant WBC title, dropped Arreola twice in Round 6 before the fight was stopped.
Follow this link for RingTV.com’s live, round-by-round update of Saturday night’s heavyweight rematch between Bermane Stiverne and Chris Arreola in Los Angeles. The ESPN broadcast begins at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Watch the official weigh-in for tonight’s heavyweight rematch between Bermane Stiverne and Chris Arreola, hosted by ESPN’s Joe Tessitore, and hear what both hard-punching contenders had to say about their WBC title bout. Stiverne-Arreola II will be televised live on ESPN.
Chris Arreola weighed half a pound lighter than Bermane Stiverne at Friday’s weigh-in for thier rematch and WBC heavyweight title bout. Arreola, who has come in as heavy as the 250-pound range for past important bouts, weighed 239. Stiverne, who won their first bout by unanimous decision, weighed 239.5.
With the influx of intriguing heavyweight match-ups in the very near-future, undefeated contender Deontay Wilder gives his picks on who’s going to win and who he hopes to face for the WBC title.
We’ve heard it before from Chris Arreola, that “this time” he has realized his past errors and is now serious about boxing. But this time, as he goes into his rematch with Bermane Stiverne on Saturday, he might finally be telling the truth.
Bermane Stiverne introduced himself to the boxing world in April of last year when he beat Chris Arreola, unanimously outpointing his favored rival over 12 rounds (118-109 and 117-110 twice), punctuating the victory with a vicious, third round knockdown that broke Arreola’s nose. Since then, Stiverne, now 35, has waited patiently for his opportunity […]
Heavyweight contender Bermane Stiverne launched into a fiery tirade at Thursday’s final press conference for his rematch with Chris Arreola, who shot back and helped make for an intense (and profane) preview to their WBC title bout on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Today’s final press conference for the Bermane Stiverne-Chris Arreola heavyweight rematch at USC campus in Los Angeles, the site of Saturday’s anticipated WBC world title bout, will be streamed live on ESPN.com/Boxing. The presser begins at 11:30 a.m. PT/2:30 p.m. ET.
The public is invited to attend the Tuesday media workouts and Friday’s weigh-in for the May 10 Bermane Stiverne-Chris Arreola rematch and WBC heavyweight title bout that takes place at the Galen Center on the USC campus in Los Angeles.
Deontay Wilder is determined to become a dominant heavyweight titleholder whether he has to beat the winner of the May 10 Bermane Stiverne-Chris Arreola rematch for the WBC’s belt, or THE RING champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Chris Arreola spent most of a recent media call offering “no excuses” for being soundly outboxed and outclassed by Bermane Stiverne en route to a unanimous decision loss last April. Arreola fights Stiverne again on May 10.
In a rematch, this time with the vacant WBC heavyweight title up for grabs, Bermane Stiverne promises a better performance in another win over Chris Arreola.