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 Last update:  3/30/2011       Read more by Per Ake Persson         
   
Huck-Nakash Card: Kali Meehan, Thomas Ulrich Added
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By Per Aker Persson

The undercard to Marco Huck vs. Ran Nakash (WBO cruiserweight title fight) on April 2 in Halle/Westfalen, will feature highly ranked heavyweight Kali Meehan. Meehan appears in a six-rounder against Estonian Valery Semishkur. Also on the bill is Thomas Ulrich; the former EBU light heavy weight champ will continue his comeback at super middleweight and faces Lithuanian Sergej Rozvadovskij. Middleweight Dominik Britsch, 21-0, takes on Hungarian Joszef Matolcsi who stopped Mahir Oral last time out. The show will also have a fight at flyweight between Ashley Sexto and Dzmitry Turok, which is very for a Sauerland show in terms of the weight division. 

Tags: Marco Huck , Ran Nakash , Huck-Nakash , Huck vs Nakash


 

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comment by buster007, on 03-31-2011
apparently meehan has been sparring sam peter recently.

comment by buster007, on 03-30-2011
i'm sure he'd be the first to admit it isn't much of a test, but as u say at least he is getting in the ring i suppose. his problem is that most guys don't want to risk fighting him because he has huge ko power and a loss to him would not look good for anybody trying to climb the rankings.

comment by Freedom2014, on 03-30-2011
Kali Meehan will be facing a truly pathetic opponent, someone who's been KOed 20 times. But I suppose it's better than no fight at all for him, at least he's staying active.

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