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Ceylan vs. Torres Clash Set Down For November 16th

Edgar “The Bull Terrier” Torres (5-6-1, 4 KOs) has been confirmed as the next opponent for Dennis Ceylan (8-0, 5 KOs). The Danish Olympian will be looking to keep his unblemished record when he returns to action at the Nordic Fight Night at Musikteatret Albertslund. “It´s going to be fun fighting in Patrick´s and Micki´s old hood,” Ceylan said. “I´m curios to see what the Mexican Bull Terrier brings to the table. Whatever it is, it won´t be enough to beat me!”
 
Ceylan stretched his unbeaten run to eight two weeks ago in Kolding when he stopped Emiliano Salvini in six rounds. “Dennis is a true crowd-pleaser,” promoter Nisse Sauerland said. “He is an offensive, fun-to-watch fighter. Let´s see how he copes with a Mexican opponent. Their styles should match nicely.”
 
In the main event of the evening, WBA & WBO Intercontinental Middleweight Champion Patrick Nielsen defends his titles against Jose Pinzon from Mexico. More information is available at www.sauerlandpromotion.com. Tickets are on sale at www.billetnet.dk.

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