Evander Holyfield Surprising Medical News Leaks

Evander Holyfield is set to take on Vitor Belfort on Saturday, September 11 and it turns out as per the Florida commission, Holyfield has been licensed after passing medical requirements of eye exam, bloodwork, MRI and EKG. “We stand prepared to regulate the bout as a sanctioned fight.”



Evander Holyfield vs Vitor Belfort has been sanctioned by Florida Commission

Patrick Cunningham, Executive Director of the Florida State Boxing Commission, has confirmed in a statement that the bout has been approved as a fully regulated professional boxing match. It will be conducted under the Unified Rules of Boxing and scored by three judges on the 10-point must system. The bout will be fought over eight rounds. Oscar de la Hoya Girlfriend Leaks ‘Inappropriate’ Sick Photos

According to Cunningham, all of the boxers on this card have successfully met all requirements to be licensed by the Florida Athletic Commission. Co-featured on the pay-per-view card, UFC Legends, Anderson Silva from Sao Paolo, Brazil and Tito Ortiz will clash in an eight-round cruiserweight boxing match.

Also on the card, former Heavyweight and Cruiserweight World Champion David Haye will face off against Joe Fournier in a scheduled eight-round heavyweight battle. Additionally, in a super featherweight 10-rounder, Andy Vences, (23-2-1, 12 KOs), of San Jose, CA will challenge Ireland’s Jono Carroll, (19-2-1, 5 KOs).

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