Adrian Granat returns to the ring on the 3rd of November in Hamburg!

It is now confirmed that Adrian Granat (14-1, 13 KOs) will return to the ring on November 3rd in Hamburg in his much anticipated comeback. The event is hosted by EC Boxpromotion. Adrian Granat who has not fought since his upset loss against Dimitrenko in March has made it clear that he is more than ready to step back into the ring. Since April this year, Adrian Granat’s new head coach is former WBO champion Armand Krajnc.

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Adrian Granat Vows To Make Strong Return

Adrian Granat 14-1, 13 KOs, is back training for his comeback and now with his base in Malmö/Ystad in the south of Sweden. By his side, joining him, is his new Head Coach and former World Champion Armand Krajnc, with whom Granat also started his professional career in 2012-2014.

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Daser makes weight, Afolabi too heavy

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Former IBO World Cruiserweight Champion Ola Afolabi doesn’t seem to take his upcoming fight against self-made millionaire Mario Daser too seriously. At the official weigh-in the 37-year-old Brit who lives in Hollywood, California, touched the scale at 92.5 kg (204 lbs.) way over the cruiserweight limit. To save his chance to win the WBO European and IBO International Championship, Afolabi was given three hours to lose the extra pounds. In the end, his official weight was confirmed just inside the limit at 90.7 kg (200 lbs.).

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Daser vs Afolabi on May 19th in Hamburg, Germany

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Self-made millionaire Mario Daser takes on Ola Afolabi

On paper, it looks like a terrible mismatch: This Friday, unbeaten but untested cruiserweight contender Mario Daser (12-0) takes on former IBO world champion and multiple time world title challenger Ola Afolabi for the IBO International International and WBO European Championship. The 37-year-old Brit who lives in Hollywood, California, has a record of 22 wins with only five defeats and four draws. Afolabi has been in the ring with some of the best fighters of his generation including Marco Huck (four times), Rakhim Chakhkiev, Victor Emilio Ramirez, Valery Brudov and Enzo Maccarinelli while Daser’s best opponent so far was Bosnian journeyman Drazan

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