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  • Kellerman has compared Bute to Joe Calzaghe, who vacated the title Bute captured three years ago.

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  • Kellerman has compared Bute to Joe Calzaghe, who vacated the title Bute captured three years ago.

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  • Kellerman has compared Bute to Joe Calzaghe, who vacated the title Bute captured three years ago.

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  • Kellerman has compared Bute to Joe Calzaghe, who vacated the title Bute captured three years ago.

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  • Adam: As if to prove me right that we can’t agree, I have no interest in Bute Montana (? where did this come from?) and have already seen the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone (though I would do both again with you happily).

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  • Carl Froch goes home to Nottingham to tend physical and mental bruises after being confounded by the boxing genius of Andre Ward but he will be comforted by the prospect of a two-fight challenge against the IBF champion, Lucian Bute, that is all but a done deal.

    Carl Froch refocuses on Lucian Bute after masterclass from Andre Ward

  • It was the ninth defence of the International Boxing Federation super-middleweight title Bute won in 2007 and it came against a former light heavyweight champion who has the best credentials of any opponent he has faced.

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  • ShoBox announcers Nick Charles (blow-by-blow) and Steve Farhood (expert analyst) called the Bute-Andrade fight and are eager to see how this one plays out.

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  • By a division of old "Bute," one of the Colonial counties, in the year 1779, Franklin and Warren were established.

    North Carolina and its Resources.

  • The name, "Bute," was cast aside on account of Earl Bute's hostility to the cause of liberty, and the names Franklin and Warren were given to the divided territory in honor of the distinguished philosopher and statesman, Dr. Benjamin Franklin, and Dr. Joseph Warren, the patriot-hero, who fell at Bunker Hill.

    North Carolina and its Resources.

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