News: Dominic Breazeale Back In Action; Danish Prospects In Tough Tests.. Free Worldwide Live Stream!
Just three weeks after his last outing, Dominic “Trouble” Breazeale (2-0, 2 KO’s) is returning to the ring this Saturday to continue his quest for a world title. The 2012 U.S. Olympic super heavyweight will be fighting on the undercard of the Leo Santa Cruz vs. Alberto Guevara world title bout at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena which will be broadcast live on CBS.
Breazeale continues to be appreciative of the opportunity to have such quick turnarounds and to participate on undercards of such high-profile events. Taking a break from training, Breazeale stated the following, “I just want to continue to thank Mr. Al Haymon and Golden Boy Promotions for allowing me the opportunity to fight again so quickly. I’m appreciative of their belief in me and I can’t wait to get in the ring.”
Saturday’s event will also feature Golden Boy Promotions’ Holiday Fanfest on the grounds of the Sports Arena that will include music, autograph sessions with boxing’s biggest stars, games, boxing memorabilia, a visit by Santa Claus at an Oscar De La Hoya Foundation-sponsored toy give-away (10:00 a.m.) and much more.
Tickets for the afternoon boxing session (CBS broadcast) will be free of charge as part of the Golden Boy Holiday Fanfest and can be acquired at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena box office.
Danish Prospects In Tough Tests! Free Worldwide Live Stream!
While no titles will be at stake, there are several interesting match-ups on the bill when Euro Event promotes at Gigantium Arena in Aalborg, Denmark this Saturday, December 15. Headlining the card is local favorite Kasper Bruun (15-0-1) taking on Belgium-based Moroccan Tarik Madni (17-4-1) over eight rounds at Light Welterweight.
Also in an eight rounder at Light Welter, Kim Poulsen (21-1) is in with Croatian banger Veljko Saponja (8-1-1), while 19-year-old Middleweight Abdul Khattab (2-0), who prepared for his fight by sparring newly-crowned WBA World Super Middleweight Champion Mikkel Kessler, takes on Latvian hard-man Raimonds Sniedze (6-11-1) in a four-rounder.
Stephan Alms (2-0), also a middleweight, squares off with tricky and experienced Baltic Champion Andrejs Loginovs (12-23-1) from Latvia over six, and the card is completed by an eight-round contest between former Danish Heavyweight Champion Claus Bertino (13-4) and late substitute Jevgenijs Stamburskis (7-24).
The show will be televised live nationwide in Denmark on Kanal Sport, and can be watched free worldwide via live stream on www.kanalsport.dk