Braehmer vs Brant in Schwerin on Oct 27 – Undercard Infos

Jürgen Brähmer - Juergen Braehmer (48-3, 35 KOs) and Robert Brant (22-0, 15 KOs) meet in the ring on Friday October 27 when the World Boxing Super Series’ super middleweight division and the quest for the Ali Trophy illuminate the Kongresshalle in Schwerin, Germany.

Juergen Braehmer (48-3, 35 KOs) and Robert Brant (22-0, 15 KOs) meet in the ring on Friday October 27 when the World Boxing Super Series’ super middleweight division and the quest for the Ali Trophy illuminate the Kongresshalle in Schwerin, Germany.

“I am very glad the World Boxing Super Series can announce a date and venue for my quarter-final against Rob Brant,” said 38 year-old Braehmer.

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ProSiebenSat.1 to showcase World Boxing Super Series in Germany

COMOSA AG and MP & Silva are delighted to announce a media rights agreement with 7Sports, the sport business unit of ProSiebenSat.1, to showcase the inaugural 2017/18 season of the World Boxing Super Series and its quest for the Muhammad Ali Trophy.

Millions of fans will be enjoying the action world of class boxing within a 9 months’ time frame offering broadcasters consistency and the opportunity to broadcast the best fighting the best.

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Champ means Champ not Chump doesn’t it?

Jürgen Brähmer - Not in the case of Jurgen Braehmer it seems...

Not in the case of Jurgen Braehmer it seems…

After 6 hard fought rounds against Nathan Cleverly last night, it was all over on the stool for Braehmer who told his team he couldn’t continue. The “reason” was apparently a dislocated elbow, however there hadn’t been any signs of discomfort leading up to that, in fact several times during those 6 rounds, Cleverly looked like the man in trouble, not Braehmer.

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Brähmer vs Oosthuizen in Monte Carlo

South Africa’s Tommy “Tommy Gun” Oosthuizen faces his toughest test at Salle des Etoiles, Sporting Monte Carlo on November 7, challenging Germany’s Jürgen Braehmer for the latter’s WBA light-heavyweight title.

The fight will top the “Night of Champions” tournament card in Monaco which features boxers from around the world – China, Venezuela, Kazakhstan, Russia, Japan, France, South Africa, Germany and the United Kingdom – being represented

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Braehmer in top shape ahead of WBA World title defence

Jürgen Brähmer - Juergen Braehmer (46-2, 34 KOs) insists he is in peak physical condition ahead of his WBA World Light Heavyweight title defence against Konni Konrad (21-1-1, 11 KOs) on Saturday, September 5 at the EnergieVerbund Arena in Dresden, Germany.

Juergen Braehmer (46-2, 34 KOs) insists he is in peak physical condition ahead of his WBA World Light Heavyweight title defence against Konni Konrad (21-1-1, 11 KOs) on Saturday, September 5 at the EnergieVerbund Arena in Dresden, Germany.

At today’s pre-fight press conference, the evergreen champion revealed his pleasure at a perfect training camp heading in to his fifth successive world title defence.

‘’Before my last fight with Krasniqi, I was sick with the flu,’’ said the 36 year-old southpaw. ‘’But this time, I‘ve had no handicap. My training has gone exactly as planned. I feel stronger than ever and ready to deliver a devastating performance in Dresden!’’

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Juergen Braehmer: Wants Kovalev & Stevenson 175 lb Unifications Before Retirement

Jürgen Brähmer - While he may now be 36 years old, Germany's WBA (reg) light-heavyweight champion Juergen Braehmer (46-2, 34ko), has stated that if he gets past German-based Montenegran challenger Konni Konrad (22-1-1, 11ko) this weekend, then he wants to seek out a big unification fight with dominant Russian danger man Sergey Kovalev, OR Canadian lineal champion Adonis Stevenson - at least, that's the word from German promotional heavyweights Sauerland Event, who look after the veteran southpaw.

While he may now be 36 years old, Germany’s WBA (reg) light-heavyweight champion Juergen Braehmer (46-2, 34ko), has stated that if he gets past German-based Montenegran challenger Konni Konrad (22-1-1, 11ko) this weekend, then he wants to seek out a big unification fight with dominant Russian danger man Sergey Kovalev, OR Canadian lineal champion Adonis Stevenson – at least, that’s the word from German promotional heavyweights Sauerland Event, who look after the veteran southpaw.

Relative unknown Konrad – a 30 year old who has never boxed anybody of note – on paper presents a minor obstacle to the former WBO champion, who has often been criticized for holding his titles hostage in Germany without seeking foreign challenges. It seems that now however, in the twilight of his career, that is about to change for the former delinquent, who is at last seeking those big divisional fights.

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Braehmer promising victory on Saturday night in Rostock

Jürgen Brähmer - Photo Credit: Sebastian Heger - Mission Impossible’ or ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’, these are the two opposing views shared at today’s final press conference ahead of Saturday night’s WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship fight between Juergen Braehmer (45-2, 33 KOs) and Robin Krasniqi (43-3, 16 KOs) at the StadtHalle in Rostock, Germany.

Photo Credit: Sebastian Heger – Mission Impossible’ or ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’, these are the two opposing views shared at today’s final press conference ahead of Saturday night’s WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship fight between Juergen Braehmer (45-2, 33 KOs) and Robin Krasniqi (43-3, 16 KOs) at the StadtHalle in Rostock, Germany.

Kicking-off proceedings at the Fischland Hotel, promoter Kalle Sauerland expressed his excitement at the all-German duel. ‘’On Saturday night we have the champion versus the number one ranked challenger,’’ said Sauerland. ‘’This is what boxing is all about – the best fighting the best!’’

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