Copenhagen, Denmark - Former EBU super lightweight champ Enock Poulsen (14-0) outscored Italian Miirko Marchetti (8-6) in an eight-rounder that was more like a glorified sparring session than a real fight. Marchetti, a southpaw, protected himself well and Poulsen was content to box on the outside. It was scored 80-71 on all cards. Marchetti was down in the second but it was an off-balance slip.

WBC Silver female featherweight champ Sarah Mahfoud (14-1) retained the title with a unanimous decision over 46-year old Argentinian Marcela Acuna (53-10-2). Mahfoud used her superior reach and outboxed her opponent and every round followed the same pattern - at the end it was scored 100-90 on all cards.

Danish middleweights Ali Hussein (9-2-1) and Yusub Pashaev (0-1) clashed in a heated four rounder with a lot of prestige at stage and the two produced a fight with more wrestling than boxing. Hussein won on scores of 40-36 on all cards while Boxing Scene had it 38-38. 

Super welterweight Oliver Meng (12-0) worked very hard against tricky Italian veteran Mirko Di Carloantonio (16-12-1) and won every round but seemed headed for a points win when he late in the eighth and last round knocked out his opponent with a southpaw right hook. Di Carloantonio made it to his feet before ten and out but was on shaky legs and it was stopped.

Welterweights Viktor Ramon (3-0) and Luka Tvaliashvili (1-2) battled it out in four fast-paced rounds that saw Ramon cut in the first while Tvaliashvili got a busted nose - but no matter what he kept coming and gave the Dane all he could handle even though he lost by scores of 40-36 on all cards.

Heavyweight Mathias Hansen (2-0) outscored Serbian Dusan Krstin (8-17) in a four-rounder.. It was scored 40-36 on all cards. Krstin rocked in the second and hurt in the third but managed to last the distance due to a lot of holding.

Cruiserweight Hamza Hussein (4-0) outscored tough Georgian slugger Irakli Alanidze (5-3) in a fast paced four rounder. It was scored 40-36 twice and 39-37. Alanidze was outboxed most of the way but kept coming and had his moments.

Cruiserweight Torbjorn Boudigaard (1-1) knocked out aging and overweight Georgian Archil Gogiladze (4-17) with a right to the body. Gogiladze was down earlier in the round as well and seemed to tire already late in the first.