Boxing Odds – Lemieux vs. Rosado Saturday!

David Lemieux is a powerful knockout artist that takes boxing back to its glory days and is among the most exciting fighters in the game to watch. He will be in action again this weekend going for another KO.

David Lemieux will face Gabriel “King” Rosado on Saturday in a Middleweight matchup that will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Lemieux opened as a -225 favorite while Rosado was a +175 dog with the Boxing odds.

David Lemieux

The 25 year old David Lemieux stands at five feet nine and one half inches tall with a reach of 70 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Lemieux is a native of Montreal, Quebec, Canada where he still resides. Lemieux is ranked number one in Canada and 13th in the world. He has a career record of 32 wins, two losses and no draws. Out of Lemieux’s 32 wins a total of 30 have come by knockout. Lemieux has suffered on knockout loss.

Lemieux is coming off a knockout win over Fernando Guerrero in the third round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal on May 24, 2014.

On November 30, 2013 Lemieux scored a technical knockout win over Jose Miguel Torres in the seventh round of a scheduled ten round bout that took place in Quebec City on November 30, 2013.

Gabriel “King” Rosado

The 28 year old Gabriel Rosado stands at five feet 11 and one half inches tall with a reach of 71 and one half inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Rosado is a native of Philadelphia, PA, USA where he still resides. Rosado is ranked 14th in the USA and 31st in the world. Rosado has a career record of 21 wins, eight losses, and no draws. Out of Rosado’s 21 wins a total of 13 have come by knockout. Rosado has suffered three knockout losses.

Rosado is coming off back to back losses that followed a NC ND and yet another loss before that. In his last bout Rosado scored a unanimous decision loss to Jermell Charlo in a 10 round bout that took place at the DC Armory, Washington, District of Columbia, USA on January 25, 2014.

On October 26, 2013 Rosado lost in a TKO to Peter Quillin in the 10th round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on October 26, 2013 for the WBO World Middleweight title.

The Pick

The powerful Lemieux gets the call!

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COMMENTS

-redox :

I've got Rosado winning by late stoppage.


-Froggy :

It is very safe bet somebody is getting knocked out ! Lemieux is a fellow Canadian but I would pick him to win anyhow somewhere in the middle rounds !


-stormcentre :

Should be a really good tear up. Someone's getting knocked out and/or stopped.


-flackoguapo :

I've got Rosado winning by late stoppage.
Same!


-oubobcat :

It seems like a lot of insiders in the sport are leaning towards Rosado in this one. It kind of reminds me of the picks coming in before the Donarie-Walters fight. I lot of insiders were picking Walters in the mild upset and well we all know how that turned out. Myself, I lean towards Rosado. Lemiuex is the kind of guy who gets gassed and discouraged if he can't get his guy out of their relatively early. He fights all out and matched against the right opponents can look destructive and sensational. But matched against someone who can take his best and keeps coming and fighting, he has trouble. Lemiuex has talked a lot about remaking his career since the losses to Rubio and Alcine in 2011. But who has he beaten? Nobody who has pushed him like he was pushed in those fights. He bombed out Guerrero whose own confidence frankly has been on thin ice since he was ko'd by Brewer. That's the fight a lot of Lemiuex supporters point to as the turning point but I am not convinced. In this sport, styles make fights. In my opinion, Lemiuex's style is perfect for Rosado. Lemiuex will come out fast and come out swinging. He will not be boxing and moving like say Jermell Charlo. Lemiuex will land but Rosado can take a good punch. And find ways to stand in there and land his own shots against a very defensively challenged Lemiuex. Rosado will fight back, keep coming and test Lemiuex's endurance and fortitiude. I see eventually Rosado breaking Lemiuex and getting a stoppage. The only caveat to me in this whether or not Rosado gets busted up early. He has a tendency to cut and if his skin breaks then we could see a Lemiuex win on cuts.