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Zeuge-Sabau Moved To Braehmer-Maccarinelli Card

WBO Youth Champion Tyron Zeuge (12-0, 6 KOs) finally has his first title defense rescheduled. Probably one of the biggest talents at super middleweight, the 21-year-old will go up against equally unbeaten Gheorghe Sabau (10-0, 6 KOs) on April 5 in Rostock, Germany.

Actually, that fight should have gone ahead a week earlier in Berlin but this event was cancelled due to unfortunate events. "That's no problem to me. Now I will enjoy my next victory near the Baltic Sea", says the prodigy of Karsten Roewer in a relaxed manner.

Then again, Zeuge's coach already reminds him to be wary inside the ring. "After an intense study of Sabau's latest fights I can say that he will be no push-over for Tyron. He tries to make his opponents fight the way he wants them to. Tyron has to make him adapt from the start and not the other way around!"

Zeuge promises to take Roewer's words seriously: "It's natural that I gained a lot of confidence due to my experiences so far as a professional boxer. I know that the key to victory is to listen to my coach - almost always."

In the main event on April 5 at Stadthalle Rostock Juergen Braehmer will defend the WBA Light Heavyweight Championship versus former cruiserweight titlist Enzo Maccarinelli. There are still a limited number of tickets available via www.eventim.de

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