French boxer Hassan N’Dam trains for his upcoming IBF middlesweight world title bout against Canadian David Lemieux, at the Rock Boxing Gym in Carson, California on June 11, 2015. AFP PHOTO / MARK RALSTON
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David Lemieux and Hassan N'Dam clash Saturday for the vacant International Boxing Federation middleweight world title, both eying elite status in one of boxing's hottest divisions.Canada's Lemieux is an explosive puncher who hopes a title will put him in line for potentially lucrative bouts with the likes of unbeaten Kazakh Gennady Golovkin – holder of the World Boxing Association belt – and the devastating Miguel Cotto.While Lemieux is promising an "eye-opening" fight in Montreal, the 31-year-old N'Dam says he's not concerned about the Canadian's power.
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