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Kem Ljungquist Feeling Pleased With Recent Performance

Kem Ljungquist (2-0, 1 KO) returns from a successful mission in Ludwigsburg to make his Danish debut against Frantisek Kohout (1-0) on March 10 at the Struer Energi Park.
 
The former three-time national and two-time Nordic amateur champion will fight at home for the first time in his professional career on the undercard of Dina Thorslund’s WBC Female World title contest against Alicia Ashley.
 
The 27 year-old recorded his second paid victory last weekend with a unanimous points decision over Igor Mihaljevic, which came after the third-round TKO of Revaz Karelishvili on his debut in October in Schwerin.

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“It was a tough opponent in Ludwigsburg,” reflects Ljungquist. “I would of liked to have stopped him, but I’m glad I got the rounds in, and I’m happy to have won the fight injury free ready for my Danish debut on March 10 in Struer.
 
“My first two fights have been in Germany, which has been a great experience, but now, I’m really looking forward to fighting at home in Denmark, and I want to give a good show for the fans in Struer!”
 
Dina Thorslund challenges Alicia Ashley for the WBC Female World Super Bantamweight title on March 10 at the Struer Energi Park. Former European Champion Dennis Ceylan begins his road to redemption against Jesus Sanchez on the undercard while rising Danish stars Mikkel Nielsen, Frederik Hede Jensen, Adam Bashanov, Kem Ljungquist and Haris Dzindo return to action.

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