Ceri i Grafu ! Juergen Braehmer vs. Nathan Cleverly – Light Heavyweight Title
By Samaarah Choubak 1st October 2016
After being totally undefeated after 50 fights and generating 2 losses to Mario Greit and Hugu Garray, Braehmer repeatedly showed us that he has a successful track record, regardless of when he was stripped off his belt in 2011 and was given to Cleverly for an eye injury. Now the set-up is clear as day and Cleverly attempts tonight to take hold off the WBA regular Light Heavyweight Title.
Last night both weighing in successfully, Braehmer at 78.5 kg’s and Cleverly at 79.2 kg’s they both prevailed tons of energy and insight, giving us a clue and notion of how much excitement the global audiences will be receiving in Germany, tonight with their high definition forms, energy levels and most of all their winning mentalities.
The Jahnsportforum is the present day home domicile for Braehmer as he is extremely familiarised with the surroundings, backed by Kalle Sauerland, “He’s had a very colourful career and very successful. He spent some time in prison, came out, turned his life around and has been undefeated for a very long time, Juergen wanted this fight. There were the cancellations five years ago. They’re both looking forward to it. I’m excited and all the fans should be now. It’s going to be a great fight.” (Sky Sports)
This revisit after over 5 years makes it a comfortable fit for Cleverly and where he gained and built up his confidence and could now peradventure to get inherent analysis into motion, he recently said “We’ve got history. I believe it’s my destiny and tomorrow I’m going to rip that belt from Juergen, It was an intense stare down and he’s up for it but so am I. This is a proper world title fight. No reservations. There have been a few dodgy decisions for the travelling fighter in the past but I’m not worried about that. I’m going to enjoy it. “(Sky Sports).Photo Credit
Saturday 1st October- Jahnsportforum, Germany Fight list: –
Enrico Koelling vs. Ryno Liebenberg – 12 Rounds Light Heavyweights
Artur Mann vs. Paul Drago – 8 Rounds Cruiserweights
Vincent Feigenbutz vs. Guillermo Ruben Andino – 8 Rounds Super Middleweights
Leon Bauer vs. Giorgi Khulelidze – 6 Rounds Super Middleweights
David Price vs. TBA – 6 Rounds Heavyweights
Ohara Davies vs. Chaquib Fadli – 6 Rounds Junior Welterweights
Kai Robin Havnaa vs. Mirnes Denadic – 6 Rounds Cruiserweights
Alexander Peil vs. Grigol Abuladze – 6 Rounds Cruiserweights
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