The oft-postponed fight between EBU super lightweight champion Enock Poulsen (12-0) and mandatory challenger Franck Petitjean (23-6-3) is on again and this time scheduled for April 29 with site still being Creteil (France) with Y 12 promoting the event.
The rematch between these two fighters was postponed so often by Y12, who won purse bids, that Poulsen was given permission to go through with a voluntary defense of the title but it failed to materialize and now finally it's back to the mandatory defense - and this time it's said to be on for real.
On the same bill EBU super middleweight title holder Kevin Lele Sadjo (19-0) makes voluntary defense of the against Hadillah Mouhamadi (23-6-2) in an all French matchup.
Y12 is also involved in the fight between EBU super welterweight champ Milan Prat (18-0) and mandatory challenger Abass Baraou (12-1) a matchup that was set for November 19 but had to be postponed when Baraou suffered a shoulder injury. There will now be purse bids again and the deadline is March 8.
Y12 won, as BoxingScene reported, purse bids the first time around with an offer of 120,000 Euro and there was to be split 60-40 in the champion's favor.