Advertisement
Advertisement

Braehmer Will Now Be Working With Karsten Roewer

Right before the world championship bout between Arthur Abraham and Robert Stieglitz at the o2 World Berlin, Germany, Juergen Braehmer put pen to paper and signed with the German powerhouse. Effective immediately, Juergen Braehmer is part of Team Sauerland. The former European and WBO Light Heavyweight World Champion is looking forward to be working with the Berliners. “I want to give it another go and become the champ once again,”
said the Schwerin, Germany, based boxer. In 2009, Braehmer won the WBO Belt against Dmitry Sukhotsky, which he then lost at the green table last year.

Kalle Sauerland: “We are excited to have captured Juergen´s signature. He is one of the best light heavyweights out there.”

Karsten Roewer, who led Sebastian Sylvester to the IBF Middleweight Title, will be working with Braehmer. “We have known each other for quite a while now. We will work hard and are aiming to get back to the top of the game,” said the coach, who turned Braehmer into an amateur youth world champion in Havana, Cuba back in 1996.
 
So far, Juergen Braehmer has been in 40 professional fights and was victorious in 38 of them, recording 30 KOs to his name. “I am really happy to have such a professional partner in Sauerland. I am looking forward to be working with them,” said the German.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ddangerous on 08-27-2012

Working, but not actually fighting... sounds about right. :dunce:

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (1)
Top Headlines Juanma: Business Opportunity Made Me Return, Not Vazquez Morrison, Golub, Baranchyk, Peterkin Head To 9/23 ShoBox Robert Guerrero: I'm Ready For a World Title Shot Right Now! Photos: Gennady Golovkin, Roman Gonzalez Big Bear Media Day Saunders Still a Possibility for Canelo, Golden Boy Focused on Smith Jon Fernandez, Jose Roman Ink Pacts With Lou DiBella De La Hoya: Canelo a 154-Pounder, Will Fight Golovkin When Ready! Jarrell Miller's Promoter: He's Ready For Any World Champion Canelo: Margarito Fight Will NEVER Happen, He Should Retire Ramiro Carrillo, Achour Esho Return on October 1, UIC Pavilion Joshuanthony Ortiz, Edgardo Laboy Ink Pacts With Miguel Cotto Canelo Admits Move To 160 is Likely Next For His Career Mason Menard Puts a Target on The Back of Terry Flanagan Anthony Joshua-David Price Ruled Out For The Fall By Hearn James Kirkland Arrested Over Child Support Beef Photos: Anthony Crolla, Jorge Linares Go Face To Face Photos: Glowacki, Usyk - Go Face To Face at Open Workouts Jessie Vargas: "On November 5th I Will Shut The Critics Up!" Daniel Jacobs: Brook Just Too Small To Survive Against Golovkin Golovkin Laughs at Froch, Eubank: Those Clowns Won't Fight Me! J'Leon Love Will Face Dashon Johnson on September 16 Marlon Tapales vs. Paul Butler in The Works For The Fall De La Hoya: Canelo-Smith Will Have Up To 60,000 Fans at Venue! Frampton: The UK Has 14 World Champions - Not All Are Legit! Gerard Carroll To Fight Twice In Eight Days De La Hoya: Canelo-Golovkin Won't Take 6 Years, But Not Now Daniel Geale vs. Renold Quinlan, Vacant IBO 168 Belt on 10/14 Tom Brown Reflects on The Lost Art of Building a Fighter Amir Khan Plans To Fight in January, May and December Caleb Plant Dominates De Angel in PBC on FS1 Main Event Jhonny Gonzalez vs. Hirotsugu Yamamoto Card Coming Together Canelo-Smith on Pace To Outdo Pacquiao, Says Golden Boy VP Video: Abel Sanchez on Brook, Andre Ward, 160 Landscape Video: Loeffler Talks Brook-Golovkin, Jacobs, Carl Froch, More Video: Gennady Golovkin Talks Kell Brook, Unification, More Video: Roman Gonzalez Talks Cuadras Clash, Training Camp LaRon Mitchell Expects Tough Fight With Mario Heredia Luis Ortiz Brushes Off Golden Boy Split, Vows To Batter Ustinov Video: Gennady Golovkin Putting in Work For Kell Brook Fight Gervonta Davis, Floyd Mayweather at Odds, Sosa Bout in Doubt?
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement