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Nielsen vs. Markussen: Abdul Khattab is Set To Return

Abdul Khattab (12-1-0, 3 KOs) is the latest addition to the undercard for the ‘Bad Blood’ showdown between Patrick Nielsen and Rudy Markussen on December 12 at the Brondby Hallen in Copenhagen.
 
The Danish middleweight was last in action in September at the Arena Nord in Frederikshavn, where he claimed an unanimous points victory over Hungarian Istvan Kiss, and thus came back strongly after his first career loss in May.
 
"It will be a great night in Brondby. It is a big night for Patrick and Rudy, but I am also looking forward to adding some excitement to the show" said Khattab.
 
"It is going to be amazing to box in a packed arena with lots of atmosphere. I felt strong and fresh when I won in May and it was important to come back from my loss and show what I’m capable of. Since that fight, I’ve really been looking forward to getting in the ring again. I want to continue to build on my success and score another good win on December 12.’’

Limited tickets for Ondt Blod: Patrick Nielsen vs. Rudy Markussen are available online via www.billetlugen.dk or by calling (+45) 75 263 267. The fight will be shown live and exclusive on Pay-Per-View in Denmark. For more information on how to order please visit www.boksekampen.dk .

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