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Kevin Bizier is a well-known Canadian professional boxer who fought in the welterweight division. Bizier made his professional boxing debut against Jason McClure on October 4, 2008, at the age of 24, and won the match via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 20 more consecutive fights, with 13 of them coming via stoppage.
Bizier's professional boxing career lasted for over seven years, from 2008 to 2016. During this time, he fought in a total of 28 bouts, winning 25 with a total of 17 victories by knockout. His record also includes three losses, with one of them being via KO.
Bizier had his first world title fight at the age of 30 on December 19, 2014, against Jo Jo Dan for the IBF title, which he lost in a 12 round split-decision. Nonetheless, he enjoyed many notable victories throughout his career, including wins over Laszlo Fazekas, Fredrick Lawson, Patryk Litkiewicz, Carlos Leonardo Herrera, Nate Campbell, and Giuseppe Lauri.
Bizier's total title wins are none, and he also did not make any title defenses. He also had no title-fight KO wins throughout his professional career.
Born on August 12, 1984, in Saint-Émile, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, Kevin Bizier fought in the orthodox stance. His height was 5 ft 9 in (175 cm), and he had a reach of 71 in (180 cm). He fought in the welterweight weight class throughout his professional career.
Bizier had only one loss via KO throughout his professional career. He suffered his first loss against Jo Jo Dan via 12 round split-decision on November 30, 2013, which ended his 21-fight win streak. He lost twice more in his career, both times in title fights.
Kevin Bizier made his professional debut in 2008 with Groupe Yvon Michel (GYM) of Montreal, Quebec. In his twentieth fight, Bizier defeated former world champion Nate Campbell to win the IBF Inter-Continental welterweight title. From 2011 to 2013, he was the NABA Welterweight Champion.
Bizier was an accomplished amateur boxer in addition to his professional career. He became a 7-time Canadian champion during his amateur career and represented Canada on the world stage as a member of the national team. He took part in several tournaments including the 2007 world championships in Chicago, the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Australia, and the 2005 world championship in Mianyang, among others. Bizier participated in a total of 124 fights as an amateur, winning 98 of them.
His greatest victory as an amateur was against the gold medalist of the 2008 Summer Olympics, Felix Diaz of the Dominican Republic, during the tournament Copa Romana in 2006. He came up against other high-level boxers during his amateur career, including Breidis Prescott, Serik Sapiyev, and Marcos Maidana.
After a successful amateur career, Bizier turned professional, and his first fight against Jason McClure was a resounding success. He went on to win his next 20 fights, becoming a dominant force in the welterweight division. One of his most notable victories was against former world champion Nate Campbell, which helped him secure the IBF Inter-Continental welterweight title.
In 2014, Bizier had a rematch with Jo Jo Dan, which was an eliminator for the welterweight world title held by Kell Brook. The IBF ordered the rematch, and Bizier won the fight via unanimous decision. This victory made him the mandatory challenger for Brook's title. However, Bizier lost to Kell Brook in his next bout via a 2nd round TKO.
Bizier retired from professional boxing with a record of 25-3, including 17 knockout wins and one loss via KO. He remains a respected figure in the world of boxing, known for his skill and determination in the ring. In addition to his accomplishments as a boxer, Bizier is also a respected member of his community in Quebec.
Overall, Kevin Bizier is a well-known boxer who had a successful career, both as an amateur and a professional. His achievements in the ring are a testament to his skill and hard work, and he remains an inspiration to aspiring boxers worldwide.
Kevin Bizier Fight Record
|28||Mar 26, 2016||31||Kell Brook||Loss||TKO2|
|27||Nov 7, 2015||31||Fredrick Lawson||Win||RTD10|
|26||Apr 4, 2015||30||Fouad El Massoudi||Win||MD|
|25||Dec 19, 2014||30||Jo Jo Dan||Loss||SD|
|24||Sep 27, 2014||30||Laszlo Fazekas||Win||TKO1|
|23||May 24, 2014||29||Carlos Leonardo Herrera||Win||TKO2|
|22||Nov 30, 2013||29||Jo Jo Dan||Loss||SD|
|21||Sep 28, 2013||29||Giuseppe Lauri||Win||UD|
|20||Feb 8, 2013||28||Nate Campbell||Win||RTD8|
|19||Dec 14, 2012||28||Doel Carrasquillo||Win||UD|
|18||Oct 12, 2012||28||Patryk Litkiewicz||Win||KO1|
|17||Dec 17, 2011||27||Lanardo Tyner||Win||UD|
|16||Nov 5, 2011||27||Christian Bladt||Win||KO3|
|15||May 21, 2011||26||Mauro Lucero||Win||KO5|
|14||Feb 11, 2011||26||Edgar Ruiz||Win||KO1|
|13||Dec 18, 2010||26||Ronnie Warrior Jr.||Win||RTD3|
|12||Aug 28, 2010||26||Leonardo Rojas||Win||RTD3|
|11||Jun 11, 2010||25||Jhonny Navarrete||Win||RTD7|
|10||Apr 3, 2010||25||Wilfredo Negron||Win||UD|
|9||Mar 6, 2010||25||Noel Cortez||Win||KO1|
|8||Feb 6, 2010||25||Michael Springer||Win||KO1|
|7||Nov 28, 2009||25||Patrick Cape||Win||TKO1|
|6||Sep 25, 2009||25||Jose Leonardo Corona||Win||UD|
|5||Jun 19, 2009||24||Cesar Soriano||Win||UD|
|4||Apr 18, 2009||24||Ulises Duarte||Win||KO1|
|3||Nov 29, 2008||24||Travis Hartman||Win||KO2|
|2||Nov 1, 2008||24||Cesar Figueroa||Win||UD|
|1||Oct 4, 2008||24||Jason McClure||Win||TKO1|