In the main untelevised (in the U.S.) undercard fight of the night from Quebec, welterweight prospect Kevin Bizier lost his undefeated record via a minor upset split decision against tough veteran Jo Jo Dan. Scores were 117-110 for Bizier, and 116-111 and 114-113 for Dan. BLH had it 114-113 for Dan.
Dan (32-2, 17 KO) will now potentially move on to a fight with Kell Brook, while it's back to the drawing board a bit for Bizier (21-1, 14 KO). It should be said that it was a very good fight, with Dan controlling the early action before tiring, with the two of them wrestling more as the fight wore on and fatigue set in heavy on both men.
It's a pretty big win for Dan, who has been close to getting shots before only to have arguable decisions go against him in a pair of fights against Selcuk Aydin. For Bizier, it's a little reality check, but he rallied well in this fight and I thought acquitted himself nicely at the end of the bout.
Middleweight puncher David Lemieux improved to 31-2 with his 29th stoppage, decimating a very brave Jose Miguel Torres, scoring seven knockdowns over their six-plus rounds of action. Torres (27-6, 24 KO) was a live dog coming into this fight due to Lemieux's own limitations, but he was also right on the level of opponent that Lemieux generally looks spectacular against, and that was the case here. Torres did have moments, but Lemieux was good enough to make it seem he's a contender at 160 again. He's not -- not until he proves it against someone at least as good as the two men to beat him, Marco Antonio Rubio and Joachim Alcine. All that said, he remains great fun to watch fight.
Welterweight prospect Mikael Zewski (22-0, 17 KO) stayed unbeaten with a TKO-3 win over journeyman Ryan Davis (24-12-3, 9 KO); Eric Martel Bahoeli (10-3, 7 KO) scored an upset over previously unbeaten heavyweight Didier Bence (9-1, 3 KO) via TKO-2; middleweight Sebastien Bouchard (8-0, 2 KO) beat Mohamed Sidi Slimani (4-2-1, 3 KO) over six rounds; and light heavyweight prospect Artur Beterbiev (3-0, 3 KO) knocked out veteran Billy Bailey (12-18, 4 KO) in 2:49.