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Cleverly-Braehmer: The Third Man Will Be Mark Nelson

World Boxing Organization (WBO) announced today the officials who will work this Saturday, May 21, in the Light Heavyweight Title bout between champion Juergen Braehmer and interim titlist Nathan Cleverly, to be held at O2 Arena in London, England, in a Frank Warren presentation.

WBO president, Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel reported that for this match the referee will be Mark Nelson, from Minnesota, while the judges are Minnesota's Denny Nelson, Carlos Ortiz, from New York and Cesar Ramos, from Puerto Rico. This will be the second title defense for Braehmer (36-2, 29 KOs). Cleverly's record is unbeaten 21-0, 10 KOs. WBO Supervisor for this fight will be John Duggan.

In this card, Frank Gavin (9-0, 8 KOs) and Young Mutley (29-5, 14 KOs) will fight for the WBO Inter-Continental vacant title.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by chav on 05-18-2011

Im intrigued by the fight Clev has. His only chance I see is to box and not get into a tear up like he likes to do...if he gets into a real war then I think he is going to…

Comment by MikeW on 05-18-2011

[QUOTE=Stanly Ketchel;10557348]F*ckin enough of the cleverly, de gale, kell brook, etc bull$hit. British boxing is the minor leagues. Does anyone other than maybe dirk diggZ give a f*ck. Cleverly is 21-0 with 10 ko's in britain for chri$t sake. the…

Comment by Stanly Ketchel on 05-17-2011

F*ckin enough of the cleverly, de gale, kell brook, etc bull$hit. British boxing is the minor leagues. Does anyone other than maybe dirk diggZ give a f*ck. Cleverly is 21-0 with 10 ko's in britain for chri$t sake. the only…

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