Patrick Nielsen faces former world title challenger Acosta on May 2 as younger brother Micki is ruled out with illness
Patrick Nielsen (24-1, 12 KOs) will headline the Nordic Fight Night on May 2 at the Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen with a ten-round super middleweight contest against former world title challenger Ruben Eduardo Acosta (30-11-5, 10 KOs).
Nielsen replaces his younger brother Micki who has been forced to withdraw from a scheduled WBC International Cruiserweight title defence with Junior Anthony Wright after contracting pneumonia. Continue reading
Coach Karsten Roewer believes Tyron Zeuge (16-0, 10 KOs) and Enrico Koelling (16-1, 6 KOs) have had the perfect preparations to see them through their crunch fights on April 25 at the Columbia Hall in Berlin.
Both men have tough tests ahead of them, super middleweight Zeuge steps up to defend his IBF International belt against former world title challenger Nikola Sjekloca (28-3, 8 KOs), while light heavyweight hopeful Koelling returns from his first professional defeat to take on Andrej Maurer (5-1-1, 3 KOs). Continue reading
On May 2, it will be the ‘Princess’ versus the ‘Panther’ when Klara Svensson (15-0, 5 KOs) challenges Erica Anabella Farias (21-1, 10 KOs) for the WBC Female World Light Welterweight Championship on May 2 at the Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen. Continue reading
Former word champion Habazin backing Svensson to beat Farias***
Ivana Habazin has tipped Klara Svenson (15-0, 5 KOs) to defeat Erica Anabella Farias (21-1, 10 KOs) and claim the WBC Female World Light Welterweight title on May 2 at the Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen.
The former IBF World Champion has travelled to the Danish capital to help Svensson prepare for her world championship challenge and since joining her in training camp, the Croatian welterweight has been impressed with what she has seen from the Swedish star.
‘’Klara is without a doubt one of the best boxers I’ve ever trained with,’’ said Habazin. ‘’She is, in my opinion, on the same level as Cecilia Brækhus.’’ Continue reading
Noel Gevor (16-0, 9 KOs) will face a new challenge when he enters the ring on April 25. Stjepan Vugdelija has withdrawn from a scheduled bout with German cruiserweight, to be replaced by Mohamed Azzaoui (26-3, 8 KOs). Continue reading
Mateusz Masternak (34-2, 24 KOs) has vowed to make ‘The Man of Stone’ Ruben Angel Mino (26-2, 26 KOs) crumble when the cruiserweights clash on April 25 at the Columbia Hall in Berlin.
Following an impressive points victory over former cruiserweight king Jean-Marc Mormeck, Masternak looks well on his way to a world title challenge. However first, the Polish-puncher must overcome tough opposition from the Argentinian knockout artist Mino, a man who has never heard the final bell, with his twenty-six victories and two defeats all ending in stoppages. Continue reading
Norwegian super middleweight Simen Smaadal (9-1, 4 KOs) takes on Volodymyr Borovskyy (21-58-2, 10 KOs) on May 2 at the Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen.
In his first fight back since losing to domestic rival Tim-Robin Lihaug, Smaadal returned in emphatic fashion, stopping Janos Olah in the third-round of a scheduled eight. Now, ‘The North Sea Defender’ is eager to build on this success and claim another KO victory against Borovskyy. Continue reading
Danish lightweight Rashid Kassem (7-0-0, 4 KOs) will face Anto Nakic (2-3-0, 1 KO) on May 2 at Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen.
Kassem last fought in February in Frederikshavn, where he put in an impressive performance, knocking out Gyula Tallosi in the second round. Next up for the 23 year-old is the Croatian Nakic. Continue reading
Norwegian light heavyweight hopeful Alexander Hagen (6-1, 2 KOs) returns to the ring on May 2 against the Latvian ‘Viking’ Olegs Fedotovs (19-20, 13 KOs). The pair will clash as part of an action-packed night of boxing at the Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen. Continue reading
Oscar Ahlin (12-0,10 KOs) is back in action on May 2. The Stockholm-fighter will face Cameroon-born German Bernard Donfack (21-11-3, 11 KOs) at the Frederiksberg-Hallerne in Copenhagen. Continue reading