By Per Ake Persson
19-year old super welterweight prospect and local hero Oliver Meng, 4-0, squares off against Tanzanian Maono "the Monster of Bagamoyo" Ally, 8-3-1, over ten rounds with vacant IBF Youth title at stake on January 18 in Nykobing-Falster in the headliner of a Danish Fight Night promotion.
Also on the bill now is cruiserweight Ditlev Rossing while super middleweight Andreas Lynngaard is out due to an injury.
Super middleweight Vincent Feigenbutz, 29-2, defends the GBU title against Przemyslaw Opalach, 27-2, on January 26 at the Uffgau-Halle in Karlsruhe/Rheinstetten (Germany) on a Team Sauerland Promotion.
Last week, Hungarian Felix-Promotion won purse bids for a final WBO eliminator between Feigenbutz and Shefat Isufi and informed that the fight would go ahead February 22 in Budapest.
Nothing is official yet but it seems unlikely that Feigenbutz will go through with two 12-rounders inside a month.
SES promotes for the first time in Albania on Saturday (Dec 15) with cruisers Juergen Uldedaj and Argentinean Nicolas Leandro Arganaraz on top in a fight for the vacant WBO Youth title. On the undercard super middle Elvis Hetemi will take on veteran Bernard Donfack.
Petko´s Box Promotion stage a show in Kuhbach (Germany) on Saturday (Dec 15) with Tina Ruppecht defendin the WBC female minimumweight title against Niorkis Carreno. In supporting bouts promoter Alexander Petkovic has light heavy Leon Harth, 17-3, and Nick Hannig, 5-0, both making their debut for Petko´s and both are fighters to watch.
Undefeated super bantamweight prospect, Raeese Aleem (12-0, 6 KOs), who is managed by Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch Boxing, made weight for his upcoming showdown tomorrow December 14th against Derrick Wilson (12-7-2, 3 KOs). Aleem weighed in at 122 lbs, while Wilson tipped the scale at 123 lbs. The 8-round bout will take place at the Arabia Shrine Center in Houston, Texas.
"I had a great training camp in Las Vegas," said Raeese Aleem, who is trained by Bones Adams and Brandon Woods. "I got some great sparring for this fight and I'll be ready to shine tomorrow night when I step into the ring. I'm ready to put on a show."
"Raeese is an exceptional fighter with a lot of skill," said manager Greg Hannley. "I see him getting better with each fight. His future is bright and I'm excited about his fight tomorrow in Houston. He's a very exciting fighter to watch."