Jean Pascal
Jean Pascal
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Jean-Thenistor Pascal (born October 28, 1982 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti) is a Haitian-Canadian professional boxer. He is a former WBC and The Ring Light Heavyweight Champion. On August 14th, 2010 Pascal defended his WBC Light Heavyweight title when he fought Chad Dawson, as well Dawson's IBO Light Heavyweight title and the vacant The Ring Light Heavyweight Championship. Pascal dominated the early action and worked well in the middle rounds but seemed to tire late and get frequently caught by the favored Dawson. Pascal won the fight by a technical decision part way through the eleventh round due to an accidental head butt that caused a major cut over Dawson's right eye and was stopped by the ring-side doctor. However Pascal easily won the fight according to the judges' scorecards with scores of 108–101 and 106–103. At the end of 2010, Ring Magazine rated Pascal as the 14th best boxer in the world as part of their yearly Top One Hundred Boxers ranking. Pascal moved up fifty-one places on the list, compared to his 2009 ranking of 65. The jump in the rankings was directly attributed to Pascal's upset of Chad Dawson, since the list came out before Pascal fought Bernard Hopkins. On December 18, 2010 Pascal had a majority draw versus Hopkins and lost his Championship belts following his rematch with Hopkins which was held on May 21, 2011 at the Bell Centre in Montreal.

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