Originally Posted by IntentionalButt
He looked really ****ty in 2010/2011 and it seemed the fork was stuck firmly in his career...but he actually rededicated himself and has improved greatly since then. He went to Russia and put together a couple of nice performances (upsetting Sher Nazarov, a middling prospect to whom he was supposed to be fed as record-padding being a "big American name/former champ" - and then losing wide but acquitting himself well against Khabib Allakhverdiev who's currently unbeaten, just signed with Top Rank, and has gone on to defeat Kaizer Mabuza and Joan Guzman...so no great shame there)
Then he knocked out Victor Manuel Cayo in a crossroads match, and upset another Eastern European prospect in their backyard in Poland.
He is a live underdog and should be game tonight, but I've seen Bizier several times and think he's legit. The Cinderella run is probably at its end.
Great background info, thanks.
Based on what you said, looks like one to throw a small amount on the dog, or stay away from.