There will apparently be a third fight between lightweights Francesco Patera (23-3) and Edis Tatli (31-2). Patera first won the EBU title by beating Tatli, then lost the title to Edis - and will now defend it against the 32 year old Finn.
OPI since 82 along with Matchroom Italy will promote it with date and site to be announced.
Patera hails just for the record from Belgium but is of Italian ancestry. Again, even after beating Tatli the first time he was regarded as nothing much but after beating Lewis Ritson people started taking notice.
EBU super lightweight champ Sandor Martin (36-2) has to make a mandatory defence against Danish challenger Enock Poulsen (11-0) and they have January 9 as deadline for purse bids or agreements. Martin is just off a points win over Joe Hughes while Poulsen has been sidellined with an injured leg since winning the EU title in June.
Hall of fame promoter and matchmaker Mogens Palle is busy putting together the undercard of the Sarah Marfoud vs Brenda Carbajal show in Copenhagen February 1 of next year. Super lightweight Heva Sharifi (3-0) will take on David Munoz (5-0) and Victor Ramon (1-0), also at 140, is in against Ezequiel Gregores, 1-1, IBF Youth super welter champ Oliver Meng (7-0) will defend the title against an opponent to be announced and cruiser Ditlev Rossing (13-0) is back after hand surgery.
Heavyweight Christian Hammer (24-6) square off against Bolivian Saul Farah, who´s had close to a 100 pro fights, December 21 in Wolgast on the annual Christmas show put on by Wiking Box Team. Hammer´s stablemate from EC Boxing, Jack Mulowayi (7-3) take on Pawel Sowik (3-4).
Swedish heavyweight David Loy (9-1) is now finally back in the ring in an on and off career that began in 2010. Loy was then based in Florida for two years but a series of injuries derailed his career. He´s now back though and take on Jose Nunez on Saturday in Santa Pola, Spain on Saturday (Dec 21). Loy has now trimmed down to cruiser and have set his sights on Norwegian Kai Robin Havnaa.