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Swedish light heavyweight Erik Skoglund (21-0, 11 KOs) has chosen to vacate his European (EU) title as he looks to continue his charge towards world glory. Skoglund, who is undefeated in twenty-one professional contests, has made no secret of his desire to challenge for a world title. The 23 year-old believes that by relinquishing the European (EU) belt he will be better placed to secure a shot at one of the division’s champions in 2015.

Team Sauerland is proud to announce SAT.1 as its new German television partner. SAT.1 will broadcast all Team Sauerland events, beginning in 2015. The deal between both parties was signed today in Berlin, prior to a press conference at the city’s famous Hotel Adlon, attended by the stable’s star boxers and media representatives from around the world.

Swedish light heavyweight Erik Skoglund (21-0, 11 KOs) has announced his desire to challenge for a world title in 2015. The 23 year-old, who is unbeaten in twenty-one professional contests and ranked #4 with the WBO and #5 with the IBF, believes that within the next twelve months he will be ready to take on the best in the division.

Female boxing’s pound-for-pound number one Cecilia Brækhus has hit back at claims from Ronda Rousey’s coach that the UFC Champion could win a world title in her first boxing match.

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