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The winner of their clash for the WBC International middleweight title, a
relatively minor belt, will move on to bigger fights and higher purses and the
loser will be left wondering if there is a future in the unforgiving world of
boxing. It is also a clash of two generations of Montreal fighters, with a touch
of controversy thrown in, and that will make it more intriguing when the two
meet Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Lemieux (25-1), is GYMs 22-year-old
slugger who is in his first bout since a split with trainer/manager Russ Anber
after his rocketing career was stalled by a first defeat in April against Marco
Antonio Rubio. The 35-year-old Alcine (32-2-1) is seeking his first victory in
two years and hopes to take some revenge on the promotion company Groupe Yvon
Michel, which he left in a huff not long after losing the WBA light middleweight
title in 2007. “Hes still a very good fighter,” Lemieux said Wednesday of
Alcine. “You dont become a world champion by luck. “Ive trained for him to be at
his best, so hopefully youll see both of us at our best.” Alcine arrived this
week from training in California blaming GYM for the sixth-round knockout loss
to Daniel Santos that cost him his title. Alcine said he was pressured into
fighting even though he had a cataract in his left eye that needed surgery,
which was denied by Michel and by his former trainer Howard Grant. “Im telling
the truth; I shouldnt have been in the ring,” Alcine said. “The doctor told me
straight I have a cataract. “The doctor said its your choice to fight or not
fight. And me, I decided to fight because they told me that if I didnt fight Id
lose my belt.” He said he only found out later that the bout could have been
postponed until after the surgery. Grant admitted Alcine had a problem with the
eye and intended to have surgery after the bout, but he was cleared to fight by
an ophthalmologist and by the local boxing commission doctor. “Im not an idiot,
I would never put one of my fighters at such a risk, to put him in danger,” said
Grant. “For what? For me to make $5,000 or $10,000. It makes no sense at all.
“The doctor told him youre fine to fight. When you lose, you lose. You dont try
to make excuses or try to point fingers at individuals.” For all the harsh
words, Alcine and Grant looked to be on friendly terms at a news conference to
promote the fight. Alcine posted two victories after the loss to Santos, but
then signed with U.S. promoter Don King despite having time left on his deal
with GYM. He was dropped by King after a first-round knockout loss in his first
fight. He fought to an eight-round draw with Jose Medina (14-9) in August in his
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Joachim will be in great shape.” Alcine said he is less flat-footed and more
mobile under new trainer Anthony Wilson and that he is ready to deliver a boxing
lesson to Lemieux. “My advantage is Ive fought better boxers in my career,” said
Alcine. “I know what suffering is. “For him, every fight he gets a knockout in
the first or second round but in his last fight, he showed me some weaknesses,
things Id seen even before he had that fight. If he can beat me, Ill say this
young man is the next world champion, but its not going to happen.” Thats the
knock on Lemeiux, that despite his good looks and swagger, his skill and power
made it too easy as he blasted his way through his first 25 fights, winning 24
by knockout. His split with Anber after the loss to Rubio was described as
amicable on both sides. Lemieux now compares it to a marriage that didnt work
out. “We were tired of arguing,” he said. “I knew this fight was coming and I
needed to train, but when youre always arguing you cant train. “Id come into the
gym and I didnt even want to be there. So we made a decision.” Lemieux, still
ranked third in the world by the WBC, said hes enjoying boxing again and likes
being part of a team under new trainer Marc Ramsay, who works with a group of
pros that includes former light heavyweight champ Jean Pascal. He said he has
changed his work habits, his nutrition and his attitude and is now ready to take
on the elite middleweights. He will no longer go into fights assuming it will be
a quick knockout win. “My last fight, I relied too much on my hard punch,” he
said. “Thats a mistake and you learn from that. “Being a hard hitter is not a
strategy for a fight, its a tool, and I made it into a strategy. But Ive changed
that. Against Rubio, it wasnt about him punching me, it was about me running out
of gas.” The co-feature has a true one-punch banger, Adonis Stevenson (15-1) of
Longueuil, Que., against reedy six-foot-four Aaron Pryor Jr (16-4) for three
minor super-middleweight titles. Pryors father was one of the great light
welterweights of the 1980s, piling up a 39-1 record along with the IBF and WBA
titles. Grant, who trains Stevenson, said the son is not the same fighter. “If
it was Aaron Pryor senior, wed be in a lot of (trouble),” said Grant. “Hes one
of the greatest fighters Ive seen. “He was a volume puncher. He was slick,
aggressive, mean. Hed get a guy hurt and finish him off. The son is taller. Hes
rangy. He moves, grabs, ties you up. Hes in our way. If my guy hits him on the
chin, hes not getting up.” The 10-fight card also has a clash between Eleider
(Storm) Alvarez (6-0) of Montreal against Emiliano Cayetano (21-3) of the
Dominican Republic for the minor NABA light heavyweight belt. ’ ’ ’ 

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