By Per Ake Persson
Juergen Braehmer is leaving Team Sauerland, writes BILD.
The former WBO and WBA light heavyweight champion and World Boxing Super Series participant feels his promoter has failed to live up to what was agreed on.
Braehmer is also training current WBA "reagular" super middleweight champ Tyron Zeuge and says that he and his team had to arrange for sparring partners as well as travel plans - so who needs Sauerland Event, asks Braehmer.
Sauerland manager Friedrich Naess says that they will continue to cooperate with Braehmer but adds that there are different views on key economic data.
The 39-year old Braehmer, who began his career with Universum and remained there during what was a golden era for German boxing, returned to super middleweight in the quarterfinals of the WBSS Tournament and looked sharp in beating Rob Brant last year but then pulled out of the semifinal against Callum Smith in February due to illness.
IN OTHER NEWS: Two-time Olympian and 2012 World Amateur Champion Savannah Marshall is excited to make her long awaited UK debut on the Sam Sexton v Hughie Fury undercard on Saturday 12th May at the Macron Stadium, Premier Suite, Bolton, exclusively live on free-to-air Channel 5.
The 26-year-old couldn’t have made a bigger pro-debut last year when she featured on the undercard of one of the biggest PPV boxing events of all time - the Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor mega-event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas - and defeated Sydney LeBlanc over four rounds.
Middleweight Marshall from Hartlepool, who made history in 2012 when she became the first ever British female to win World Championship gold, has been hard in training with Hughie’s father, Peter, at the Team Fury HQ in Bolton ahead of her highly anticipated return to these shores in a
“I feel so excited to back in the ring and especially back home in the UK where my family and fans can get to see me in action,” Said Marshall, know as the ‘Silent Assassin’.
“Making my pro-debut on the Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor card was absolutely incredible and an experience I will never ever forget. It doesn’t get any bigger than that and it has given me some great career experience for my future,”