By Per Ake Persson
The fight for the vacant EBU super middleweight title between Mariano Hilario (11-2) and Hadillah Mohoumadi (18-3-1) that was set for January 17 in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France) is postponed. Hilario vs Mohoumadi was first on for December 20 but was postponed due to what was described as a problem with the venue. Why it is postponed is a different question but spanish website espabox.com hints at financial problems.
For Mohoumadi this must be especially bad as he spent all of 2014 waiting for his chance to fight for the EBU title first as official challenger for Christopher Rebrasse, who then lost to George Groves in voluntary defence. Groves then relinquished the title for other options and Mohoumadi finally got then EU titleholde Mariano Hilario as co-challenger.
Update: It´s now announced the fight will go ahead March 14 with site remaining the same.