Holstebro, Denmark - TK Promotions returned to the Graakjaer Arena in Holstebro for a six-bout show headlined by WBO female bantamweight champion and local resident Dina Thorslund (19-0).

In the other corner was Argentinian Debora Anahi Lopez, who came with a fine record of 20-1-1 but made her debut at bantamweight on this event after previously campaigning as a light flyweight and flyweight. And that showed as the bigger (!) and stronger Danish lady dominated the fight. It wasn't much of a fight and came to merciful halt when German referee Jorge Mielke called off the action at 1.12 of the 8thwhen Lopez complained of a possible headbutt and stopped fighting. There was a similar incident in the fifth. 

Czech-based Ukrainian Viktor Trush (8-2) stopped the previously unbeaten and once promising Ditlev Rossing (15-1) at 2.12 of the fourth of a scheduled eight-rounder. Trush, a southpaw, worked well behind the jab in the first two and the Dane looked frustrated but floored his opponent in the third with a big right. Trush got up and Rossing went all out in trying to finish his opponent but punched himself out and had nothing left in the fourth and it was correctly stopped in what had become a one-sided fight.

Payman Akbari (7-1-1) and Danny Jensen (1-0-1) fought to a split draw in a hardfought battle for the vacant Danish lightweight.. Jensen had a point deducted in the seventh  for punching after break. Akbari was guilty of a lot of holding but appeared to land the cleaner punches in a fight that went back and forth where both had their moments. It was scored 76-75 Jensen, 77-75 Akbari and 76-76. A rematch is already in the works.

Super middleweight prospect Jakob Bank (9-0) dominated the fight against Berlin-based Ukrainian Taras Golovashchenko (6-9) who was retired by his corner and didn't come out for the fourth in this scheduled eight-rounder. Bank pretty much did what he wanted when he wanted and Golovashchenko looked like a beaten man already in the second round.

Cruiserweight Jeppe "Pain Train" Moller Christensen (5-2) had a painful night against rugged Argentinian Marcos Karalitzky (8-6-2). Christensen, a brave slugger in excellent shape, kept coming throughout the eight rounds and walked into heavy counters - but kept coming and won rounds on sheer workrate. He still looked like a clear loser at the end but the judges had 77-75 twice for Christensen and 76-76. For the record, BoxingScene's man at ringside had Karalitzky winning by 78-74 or 6-2 in rounds.

In the show opener welterweight Mikkel Nielsen (11-2) outscored a late sub in Georgian journeyman Konstantin Jangavadze (who is better than his record of 6-28-3). Nielsen won the first three rounds easily but then the Georgian opened and got the Dane under pressure. in the fourth and fifth. But Nielsen battled back, won the sixth and won the fight. It was scored 59-55 twice and 58-56 from the two judges and a scoring referee.