Danish results from Nordic Fight Night in Copenhagen

Posted on 15th Sep 2014

Danish results from Nordic Fight Night in Copenhagen

The Nordic Fight Night returned to Copenhagen on Saturday night. Danish boxers Landry Kore, Abdul Khattab, Torben Keller and Micki Nielsen were all in action in front of a sell out crowd at TAP1.

***TKO victory for Kore***

Landry Kore (2-0, 1 KO) impressed in his second professional fight earning a technical knockout victory over Michal Vosyka.

Kore had promised fans an improved performance following his debut in Esbjerg and the Dane delivered, perhaps benefitting from having renowned Danish coach Poul Duvill in his corner.

Kore had Vosyka down in the first-round and continued to dominate until the referee called a halt to the action in the third-round.

***Khattab beats ’Rocky’ on points***

Abdul Khattab won in convincing style against Serbian Goran 'Rocky' Milenkovic.

Khattab came out fast and took control of the fight. He sent Milenkovic to the canvas in the first round. The Serb got a better hold of the fight in the third round, but in the fourth round Khattab set the pace. His opponent was unable find anything to answer Khattab's dominance, and therefore the Dane still can call himself undefeated with a record now standing at 8-0.

Khattab won the fight with all three judges votes 69-52, 69-52 and 60-51.

***Shock defeat for Keller***

Torben Keller suffered a shock first-round knockout defeat at the hands of Arman Torosyan.

Keller was down three times in the first round before the referee stopped the fight. Keller was quickly put on the floor by a left hook to the jaw, and after the Keller found his feet Torosyan was quickly over the Dane again and felled him with two quick left hooks.

Keller came up once again and had his opponent momentarily shaken, but in the battle exchanges that followed, Keller again ended up in the ropes forcing the referee to call a halt to the action.

The fight ended after just two minutes of fighting in the first round. "I expect never to lose. Torysoan hits hard, I also feel that I hit him a few times, but the third time he hits me, he turns off the light. ”

It was the first defeat of his career to Keller, who now is noted for (12-1-1).
KO win for Micki Nielsen:

***Micki Nielsen showed no mercy agianst Hungarian Tamas Bajzeth***

The Albertslund boxer dominated his opponent from the first bell. At the end of the round Bayzeth was hit hard and was lucky to be saved by the bell.

In the second round Micki Nielsen continued his offensive against an increasingly despondent Bayzeth who after visiting the canvas for a third time was spared further punishment by the referee.

Micki Nielsen can thus continue to show a spotless record list, which now says (15-0-0, 12 KOs).

(Photo Credit: Photo Wende)

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