Copenhagen, Denmark - Enoch Poulsen (12-0) won the vacant EBU super lightweight title with a close unanimous decision over Frenchman Franck Petitjean (22-6-3). It was scored 116-113 and 114-113 twice after a fast paced foul-filled fight.

Poulsen went down in the second with what looked like a shoulder injury but after some work from the corner the fight went began again. Then in the 8th heads clashed and Poulsen went down and it was ruled a knockdown. Earlier in the fight Poulsen was cut after what looked like a clash of heads but no ruling was made.

Petitjean went all out giving it all he had but Poulsen was the better boxer and closed the fight with a strong final round.

IBF female featherweight champion Sarah Mahfoud (11-0) retained the title with a unanimous decision over German Nina "The Brave" Meinke (12-3). It was scored 97-93 twice and 96-94. Mahfoud, trained by Bernard Checa for this fight, won the fight with a strong finish but Meinke, a southpaw, was in it all the way.  

Oliver Meng (9-0) won the vacant WBC Youth title at super welter with a unanimous decision over American Eslin "Mr Slick" Owusu (7-1) after a tough good all southpaw clash. After ten it was scored 98-92 on all cards for the Dane, who however walked into Owusu's right hook a few times but showed a good chin and came back every time and outworked his opponent.

Kem Ljungquist (12-0) knocked out Vyacheslav Zhyvotyagin (5-1) with a perfect southpaw left uppercut to the body 1.34 into the sixth round in a fight between two tall bridgerweights. Zhyvotyagin hurt Ljungquist in the second but the Dane came back well and floored his opponent in the fourth. It was scheduled for eight.  Zhyvotyagin hails from Ukraine but is based in Barcelona, Spain.

In the show opener welterweight Heva Sharifi (5-0) outscored Serbian Sebastian Saciri (2-4) over in a fight that was pretty even most of the way. It was scored 40-36 twice and 39-37 for the Dane, who failed to impress.

The show was the final for promoter Mogens Palle, who was unable to attend due to his health problems. His first show took place at the KB Hall not far from where we are tonight - 65 years ago.