Patrick Nielsen (22-0, 11 KOs) challenges Dmitry Chudinov (12-0-2, 8 KOs) for the interim WBA World Middleweight title on Sunday June 1st at the Mytishchi Arena in Moscow, Russia. At today’s final press conference the two undefeated boxers shared their thoughts on the upcoming World Championship clash.
‘’I am very happy to be here in Moscow and I am grateful for the opportunity to fight for the WBA title,’’ said Patrick Nielsen. ‘’I know that Chudinov will be a tough opponent and I am expecting a close fight but I will be ready for the challenge.
‘’Physically and mentally I am in the best shape of my career. I am 100% focused on winning. In my mind there can be only one outcome and that is me bringing the title back to Denmark.’’ Continue reading
Patrick Nielsen (20-0, 11 KOs) has arrived in Moscow, Russia ready to challenge Dmitry Chudinov (12-0-2, 8 KOs) for the interim WBA World Middleweight title on Sunday, June 1st at the Mytishchi Arena.
In preparation for their World Championship clash both fighters took part in a public workout today in front of boxing fans at the Atrium Shopping Mall.
‘’It’s great to finally be here in Moscow,’’ said Nielsen. ‘’My preparations have gone well and now I am ready to take Chudinov’s title.
I showed the fans some of what I am capable of at today’s public workout but the rest I will save for Sunday night.’’ Continue reading
Patrick Nielsen (22-0, 11 KOs) is confident his World title dream will come true when he faces Dmitry Chudinov (12-0-2, 8 KOs) on June 1st in Moscow.
Patrick Nielsen’s coach is confident that his boxer can handle the pressure of fighting in front of thousands of Russian fans when he meets Dmitry Chudinov for the interim WBA World Middleweight Championship in Moscow. Continue reading
Former Nielsen and Chudinov opponent Patrick Mendy believes mental strength will be crucial in World Championship clash
Patrick Mendy is predicting a close contest when his former opponents Patrick Nielsen and Dmitry Chudinov meet for the interim WBA World Middleweight Championship on June 1st in Moscow.
Patrick Nielsen is leaving nothing to chance in his preparations for the interim WBA World Middleweight Championship showdown with Dmitry Chudinov in Moscow on June 1st. Continue reading
Patrick Nielsen faces the toughest test of his career when he travels to Moscow to challenge Dmitry Chudinov for the interim WBA World Middleweight title.
Chudinov, who is currently undefeated in fourteen professional contests, claimed the WBA interim strap with the sixth-round technical knockout of Columbian veteran Juan Camilo Novoa in December.
The 27 year-old from Serpukhov, Russia has no intention of giving up his title when he meets Nielsen at the Mytishchi Arena on June 1st.
‘’This is the most important fight of my career,’’ said Chudinov. ‘’Losing for me is not an option. This is my belt and nobody is going to take it away from me.
‘’It is not just enough for me to win. I want to win convincingly. I want there to be no question that I have won. That is why I will go for the knockout. When your opponent is lying on their back there can be no question. Continue reading
Negotiations are complete and contracts have been signed for Patrick Nielsen’s World title challenge. The Danish middleweight (22-0, 11 KOs) will travel to Moscow, Russia to face Dmitry Chudinov (12-0-2, 8 KOs) for the interim WBA World Championship at the Mytishchi Arena on June 1st. Continue reading
Nielsen claims the WBC Silver Middleweight World Title with a devastating knockout win over Jeter in Copenhagen
Patrick Nielsen (22-0, 11 KOs) took another step closer to becoming world champion with a devastating knockout victory over Tony Jeter (16-4-1, 11 KOs) to claim the WBC Silver Middleweight World Championship at the Albertslund MusikTeatret in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Fighting in his hometown, the-22 year-old dropped Jeter twice in the opening round before backing the American up against the ropes in the second and unloading a barrage of punches to send him down for the count. Continue reading
Here are the weights from Copenhagen ahead of tomorrow´s Nordic Fight Night:
WBC Silver Middleweight Word Title
Patrick Nielsen: 72,5 kg
Tony Jeter: 71,9 kg Continue reading