COVID-19 pandemic or not it was a busy weekend in some countries in Europe and here the results from the main action:
Gilleleje, Denmark: Danish welterweight Oliver Mollenberg (7-0-1) won the vacant national title with a unanimous decision over Frank Madsen (5-1) in the headliner of TK Promotions show yesterday. It was scored 80-72 twice and 79-73.
Levallois Perret, France: Asloum Event closed its activities with a final No Limit show. Super lightweight Massy Tachour (15-4) won the EU title by beating defending champion Giuseppe Carafa (12-4-2) on points in a twelve rounder. Light heavyweight Kevin Lele Sadjo (15-0) outscored Ronny Landaeta (18-2) over ten to win the WBA I-C belt, cruiser Olivier Vautrain (17-3-1) stopped Abdoulaye Diane (15-1-1) to win the French title.
Also on the show, highly ranked lightweight veteran Yvan Mendy (46-5-1) beat Argentinian Miguel Cesario Antin (19-6). Hard punching light heavyweight Mathieu Bauderlique (20-1) stopped Beidi Berrocal (17-7) in the second of a scheduled eight-rounder.
Maclodio, Italy: Vincenzo Picardi (3-0) won the national 118 lb title by beating Gianluca Conselmo (6-2) over ten. It was scored 100-90 on all cards.
Warsaw, Poland: Cruiserweight Michal Cieslak (20-1) stopped Taylor Mabika (19-7-2) in the seventh of a non-title ten rounder. Przemyslaw Runowski (19-1) stopped Michal Syrowatka (22-5) in the fourth of a fight made at super welterweight. Syrowatka has his best results at super lightweight and was probably too heavy.