Jean Pascal:

(about his decision to not trash-talk Thursday)

“Everything in its time. Everything I do is calculated. People think I’m unpredictable, but my strategies all well-planned with my sports psychologist. Now, for this fight, there isn’t any battle of wills, so there’s no point in trying to intimidate my opponent. We have another plan on the psychological front, but intimidation is not part of it.”

(about Bolonti)


“He’s a boxer with stamina. He has 35 wins, 24 by knock out. He’s never lost by KO, which means he’s coming here to go the distance. He’s had three months to prepare because he was initially set to fight Lucian Bute. He says the fight will be easier from a strategic standpoint because I’m a right-hander, so I know he’ll be ready. He’s here to try and surprise everyone. A win would allow him to be noticed at the international level.”

(On Bolonti lasting 12 rounds vs Braehmer on three weeks notice)

“Going the distance against a world champ, that says he’s a quality boxer. He has experience, he has stamina, so we’re in for a good fight at the Bell Centre on Saturday night.”


(Pascal says not thinking about Kovalev fight just yet)

“All I’m thinking about is this fight. I know Bolonti is the ideal opponent for me to prepare for the next bout, whoever it will be, against any right-hander, and allow me to go to the next level.”


JEAN PASCAL (29-2-1, 17 KOs), Laval, Quebec, Canada


                        ROBERTO “The Beast” BOLONTI (35-3, 24 KOs), Buenos Aires, Argentina

                        Co-Feature – WBC International Super Middleweight Championship (12) – PPV

                        SCHILLER “Batman” HYPPOLITE (13-1, 9 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada


                        NORBERT “Noble” NEMESAPATI (15-1, 14 KOs), Budapest, Hungary

                        Super Featherweights (8) – PPV

                        JOEL DIAZ, JR. (17-0, 13 KOs), Palmdale, California, USA


                        PEDRO “Cowboy” NAVARRETE (28-19-3, 17 KOs), San Juan Zitaltepec, Mexico

                        Junior Middleweights (6/8) – PPV

                        STEVEN “Bang Bang” BUTLER (8-0, 7 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada


                        LYES CHAIBI (12-7-2, 2 KOs), Saint-Etienne, Loire, France

                        Welterweights (8)

                        YVES ULYSSE, JR. (4-0, 3 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada


                        LUKASZ JANIK (12-7-1, 8 KOs), Katowice, Poland

                        Heavyweights (8)

                        BOGDAN DINU (11-0, 7 KOs), Montreal, Quebec, Canada


                        MIKAEL VIEIRA (14-4-1, 7 KOs), Montlucon, Allier, France

                        Super Lightweights (6/8) – Swing Bout

                        DAVID THEROUX (4-0, 3 KOs), Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, Canada


                        MAURYCY GOJKO (22-44-3, 8 KOs), Lublin, Poland

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