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Kai Robin Havnaa Snags Trainer Joey Gamache

Kai Robin Havnaa has teamed up with renowned American coach Joey Gamache in preparation for his professional debut on November 29 at the Falconer Hall at the Radisson Blu in Copenhagen.
 
Gamache, a former two-time world champion, has been impressed with what he has seen from the Norwegian cruiserweight prospect.
 
”The first thing that comes to my mind when I see Kai Robin is this guy has the X-Factor,” said Gamache.
 
‘’He is a natural born fighter with a great boxing background. He is raw, but also very mature. It’s going to be really interesting to work with him and get the best out of this big talent.”
 
Havnaa has based himself in Copenhagen where he spent the past weeks training with Gamache at Team Sauerland’s Danish gym.
 
"To be honest, I couldn’t have dreamed of having a better coach than Joey,’’ said Havnaa, the son of Norway’s only male world champion to date, Magne Havnaa.
 
“The chemistry between us is already great. I’m sure that we will have a long and successful working relationship.
 
“I can’t wait to get started as a professional and Joey says I’m ready; so let’s get it on!”
 
Havnaa’s professional debut will be available to watch live on Viasat 4 before the Nordic Fight Night broadcast moves to pay-per-view. Tickets are available via billetnet.dk. 
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