Euro News: Braehmer Wins, night, Nysaether Returns, More

41-year old former WBO, WBA and EBU light heavyweight champ Juergen Braehmer (52-3) showed again that he has plenty left in the tank as he took apart Juergen Doberstein (25-4-1) in Hamburg yesterday.

Braehmer won a knockout in the seventh round. and won the vacant IBF Intercontinental title at super middle and wants another world title fight.

Also on the bill was “Tiny” Tina Rupprecht who retained the WBC minimumweight title with a points win over Catalina Diaz. In what was billed as an eliminator for the WBC Int´l title had Howik Bebraham (16-1) winning a technical decision over Mexican Marco Antonio Juarez Rodriguez (10-6-3).

The show was promoted by Petko´s Box Promotion headed by Braehmer´s one time stable mate at Universum Alexander Petkovic and Michael Wollenberg.

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In Namsos, Norway, on Saturday night, cruiserweight Simen Nysaether (8-0) knocked out Radek Geissmann (4-11) in the first and Anders Eggan (6-0) tko´d Pavel Albrecht (2-3) in the fourth. Both losers hail from the Czech Republic.

Swede David Loy, now down to cruiser after previously campaigning at heavyweight, came back and stopped Jose Nunez, who retired and didn´t come out for the fourth round in Santa Pola, Spain Working Loy´s corner was no other than Ricky Pow. . David is now 10-1 while Nunez fell to 2-25.

19-year old French featherweight prospect Christ Esabe (5-0) retained the national title with a unanimous decision over Rachid Sali (6-11-2) in the headliner of a show at the Casino Deauville. It was scored 100-89 twice and 98-91.

Suat Laze (25-6-1) won the vacant Italian 126 lb crown with a split decision over Vincenzo Parrinello (11-5) in Alzate Brianza. It was scored 97-94 and 95-94 for Luaze and 96-93 for Parrinello.

Thursday night (Dec 19) there was a show at a club in Helsinki, Finland. In the headliner Timo Laine stopped Dimitri Faltin but the big story was that the ring didn´t really fit in the venue and had to be built up over the stage and that meant that there was about 3 meters / 10 feet to the floor from the ring. At first the Finnish commission stopped the event but after guards were placed around the ring the show went ahead and no-one got hurt.