Photos: Mikkel Kessler Opens His Gym To The Media
WBC Super Middleweight Champion Emeritus Mikkel Kessler (44-2, 33 KOs) opened his gym for the media on Tuesday afternoon in Copenhagen. On November 5, the Viking Warrior will challenge WBO Super-Middleweight Champion Robert Stieglitz (40-2, 23 KOs) at renowned PARKEN Stadium in Denmark´s capital. Kessler worked the pads with trainer Jimmy Montoya and also hit the bag for the journalists.
“Things are going great,” he said. “I´m in great shape already but come November 5 I will be even stronger. Jimmy keeps teaching me new stuff and I will have some surprises for Stieglitz when we meet.”
Fetta- Kessler only has two losses and both were to undefeated fighters in their backyeard so unless he knocked them out he wasnt getting a decision. Maybe if Ward had the courage to give up home advantage then he'd have…Comment by jacob holbech on 09-28-2011
[QUOTE=Fetta;11217652]HA..everyone has belt nowadays. Hell i think my neighbor has a belt. Kessler sucks! Everytime he has tried to step up in competition he gets exposed for the fraud he is. Stay in Europe Kess cause you arent that good.[/QUOTE]…Comment by Fetta on 09-27-2011
[QUOTE=jacob holbech;11217413]three of the big belts in sm belongs to european fighters. So you believe that the americans is doing much better?[/QUOTE]HA..everyone has belt nowadays. Hell i think my neighbor has a belt. Kessler sucks! Everytime he has tried to…Comment by bojangles1987 on 09-27-2011
I hope Kessler is fully recovered from his eye problems.Comment by Alx. on 09-27-2011
[QUOTE=Fetta;11217306]Another euro crap fighter here. Kessler sucks and when he goes up in competition it shows.[/QUOTE] :rofl: clueless as ****, one american has a smw title soon even that will be taken from himPost a Comment - View More User Comments (8)