video Bermane Stiverne Interview “I’d Love to fight wilder.. he’s nothing!”

In this BaylorIC Worldwide TV Interview, Bermane Stiverne talks about his rematch with Chris Arreola, Deontay Wilder and the heavyweight division. A must listen interview as Bermane Stiverne doesn’t pull any punches inside or outside the ring!!!



Stiverne V Arreola 1st fight (Full)

BIO Taken from
Bermane Stiverne was born on the northern tip of the island nation of Haiti, growing up in the city of La Plaine—50 miles across the water from Cuba—as part of a family of 14 children. He was the youngest boy with five brothers.

At age 10, his mother Rose Mary moved Bermane and his sisters to join family already in Miami. She worked as a seamstress to support the family and put herself through nursing school.

​On Nov. 16, 1999, Stiverne embarked on an amateur boxing career where he would become six-time Quebec Golden Gloves champion (1999-2005) and Canadian national champion four times (2001-2005). He was a member of the Canadian national team from 2003 to 2005 where he participated in international meets against England, the United States, Poland and others. Stiverne earned a bronze medal, but only the winner of the gold was invited to represent Canada in the heavyweight division that year.

He turned pro under Don King and knocked out his first 11 opponents with his trademark left hook. He is currently fighting out of Las Vegas. He fought Ray Austin on June 25, 2011 for the vacant WBC Silver Heavyweight title. Stiverne won the fight by a 10 round TKO. The bout was a WBC heavyweight title eliminator fight so Stiverne is now the mandatory challenger for the WBC heavyweight championship.

Bermane Stiverne Interview

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