Otto Wallin Gets New Opponent, Lolenga Mock Back on Dec. 3

By Per Ake Persson

Super middleweight veteran Lolenga Mock (37-14-1) goes for his seventh straight win when he returns on December 3 in Aarhus takes on South American champ Ruben Eduardo Acosta (32-14-5).

Mock vs Acosta will be one of the headliners on Super Brian Nielsen and Mogens Palle Promotion´s Danish Fight Night show - the sixth this year. As previously reported heavyweight Sherman "Tank" Williams will also be on this 12-fight bill.

Swedish heavyweight Otto Wallin (16-0) was first set to fight Frenchman Newfel Ouatah on December 9 in Nykoping on Sauerland Promotion´s Nordic Fight Night show topped by Erik Skoglund vs Timy Shala WBA Int´l 175 lb title fight.

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However, Ouatah fell out at an early stage and American Eugene Hill was announced as opponent. But he is now out and Sauerland are now looking to have Nagy Aguilera (20-9) as opponent for Wallin.

As always in Sweden all fights over 12 minutes duration need special permission from the Martial Arts Delegation so Wallin vs Aguilera might be a done deal business wise but is still subject to change - that goes in fact even for Skoglund vs Shala.

Heavyweight Johnny Iwersen is out with illness and in, directly from the Robert Helenius training champ in Finland, comes Icelandic heavyweight Gunnar Kolbeinn Kristinsson (7-0) and takes on Archil Gigashvili (2-0) on a small gymshow in Haninge (on the outskirts of Stockholm) on Saturday November 19. Headlining the bill is Pezhman Seifkahni (3-0) vs David Gogishvili (16-3) in a heavyweight fight scheduled for six.

The show is billed as Rising Stars and is promoted by Fernstrom Pro Box Promotion, headed by Stefan Fernstrom, and aims at give the many Swedish pros not signed to any major promoter a chance to shine and get more experience. The show is since long sold out but can be watched at pay per view at

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 11-18-2016

Aguilera is a nice step up. He is a tough journeyman who was matched tough early in his career. He has a lot of experience & is much better than Wallin's first 2 opponents. Aguilera is durable & has some…

Comment by BigZ44 on 11-18-2016

Aguilera is alright I guess. He's better than Hill at least and he upset Rekowski in his last fight and had that KO against Maskaev way back when. Hopefully after this fight they start stepping Wallin up. I think it's…

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