Denmark Fight Night Promotions joins the list of promoters who have had to cancel/postponed performances due to the latest wave of Covid-19 and the show scheduled for January 7 in Brondby is now official. wake is postponed.
On the bill, Enock Poulsen will face Franck Petitjean for the vacant EBU ultralightweight title and Sarah Mahfoud will defend the IBF women’s featherweight title against Nina Meinke.
Former two-time world title challenger and EBU champion Anthony Yigit, who started for Poulsen, are all set to fight at the bottom.
Danish heavyweight Kem Ljungquist, returning to pro after a brief stint as an amateur, aired an amateur show in Nykobing Falster on December 29 but that show has now been cancelled. cancel.
The SES Christmas show in Magdeburg, which took place on December 18, went as planned and in the main match the undefeated flotilla of heavy cruisers Roman Fress (15-0) stopped Adam Usunov (20-16) in the sixth round. German-Russian retired due to shoulder injury. The international German title – the BDB version – is under threat.
Heavyweight Michael Eifert (9-1) knocked out Niels Schmidt in the third round and it was a lousy knockout. Schmidt led 20-0 in the game but was overwhelmed in this one. This is the German title – BDB -.
Light heavyweight Nick Hannig (10-1-1) had his first match for the SES and beat Belarus veteran Siarhei Khamitskyi (32-24-3) by a score of over eight.
Polish middleweight Maciej Sulecki (30-2) returned to fight Friday night in Wyszkow, Poland, and beat French boxer Fouad El Massoudi (17-16-1) by more than eight. It is scored 77-74 twice and 78-73.
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