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World Championship bout: Lamont Peterson vs Dierry Jean

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Dierry Jean was born in Haiti and moved with his family to Quebec at age 10. Jean did not initially have interest in boxing, but credits a vivid dream with him in the ring as inspiring him to pursue the sport. In 2006, Jean won the Canadian National Championship and turned professional.

Did you know? A Haitian boxer, Adonis Stevenson, is the light heavyweight boxing champion of the world.

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Did you know? A Haitian boxer, Adonis Stevenson, is the light heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Adonis’ reign started back on June 8, 2013, when he beat his opponent, American boxer Chad Dawson with a knockout in 76 seconds… 30-years-later-champion-adonis-stevenson-is-back-home

Bermane Stiverne: The answer to boxing’s heavyweight woes?

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OTTAWA, Canada (January 2, 2014) – On his mission to become the first Haitian-born heavyweight champion of the world, World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver champion Bermane “B. Ware” Stiverne (23-1, 20 KOs) still doesn’t know exactly when and where he will be fighting for the vacant WBC heavyweight world title.

Boxing – Pascal beats Bute in Battle of Quebec

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Canada based Haitian Jean Pascal (29-2-1) emerged a clear winner of the light heavyweight battle in Quebec this morning after dominating the vast majority of twelve rounds against Romanian Lucian Bute (31-2).

Peyton Manning cleared to play again

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Peyton Manning may never wear Indianapolis uniform again but doctors have cleared him to play for somebody.

Super Bowl 2012: Why Eli Manning Will Replicate 2008 Magic

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Four years ago, Eli Manning couldn’t get any respect. We all viewed him as Peyton Manning‘s little brother and the only reason he found himself in Super Bowl XLII was because the New York Giants team around him was so good.

US women’s soccer team qualifies for Olympics

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The final goal in the game that put the U.S. women’s soccer team into the Olympics was scored by Alex Morgan, the super-sub who made her name at last year’s World Cup.

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