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Haitian-born heavyweight Bermane Stiverne gave Chris Arreola a taste not of his famous left hook but this time a right hand.
Here is another proud moment for Haiti and the Haitian people. Haitian-born heavyweight Bermane Stiverne managed to stop Chris Arreola in a boxing Match on Saturday, May 10 in the 6th-round.
With this win, we are looking at the first Haitian to become the brand new WBC king. His win over Chris Arreola brought Bermane Stiverne to the top of the heavyweight division
It was specially a great moment during interview after the fight, he had the Haitian flag around his neck.
Bermane Stiverne was born on November 1, 1978 in Plaine-du-Nord, Haiti. In 2005, he became Canada's superheavyweight silver medallist winner and in 2005, he won bronze.
Under the direction of the famous boxing prompter Don King, Bermane Stiverne turned professional
The WBC heavyweight title was vacated by Vitali Klitschko. Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KOs)
Here is something to think about. Whether it is in boxing, soccer, American Football and basket ball or other sports, Haitians have been making important contributions. Do you think the sports sector can revive the Haitian economy? if you read the article below, many people think so:
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that is an extraordinary good news for Haiti sporting world.
It could be added to that of the Cardinal, the 40 immortals, the governor of Canada and
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