Results: Ceylan v Lowe / Stiegtliz v Sjekloca / Teper v Wach

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Results from Aarhus, Denmark and Leipzig, Germany:

Ceres Arena, Aarhus, Denmark

The main event was warming up nicely when it was halted in the fourth due to a clash of heads. Champion Dennis Ceylan suffered a cut from an accidental headbutt with Isaac Lowe and the European featherweight title fight would never see the fifth round. A technical draw was the verdict.

Dina Thorslund won the vacant women's European super-bantamweight belt in the very first round of her meeting with Gabriella Mezei after Mikkel Nielsen had ended his bout with Flavio Turelli in the final round of six as the super-welterweight made it three wins on the bounce.

At heavyweight, Erzen Rrustemi kept his undefeated record intact with a second round stoppage of Ricardo Ramirez. Rrustemi now boasts a 12-0 C.V in the top division.

Featherweight Fred Jensen made a successful debut by halting Tibor Nadori in the second session, whilst Adam Bashanov out-pointed Janos Vargas to start his pro career off on the right foot.

Arena Leipzig, Germany 

Robert Stieglitz and Nikola Sjekloca battled to a draw in their European light-heavyweight bout.

The pair were inseparable after twelve rounds as judges carded 115-113 to Stieglitz, 114-113 to Sjekloca and 114-114 even.

Big Pole Mariusz Wach out-pointed Erkan Teper in a drab affair that went the full twelve rounds at the heavyweight limit.

Wach displayed the better skills throughout to eventually be handed a 116 - 112, 115 - 113, (twice) triumph on the judges' scorecards. 

A European title shot is now on the horizon for Wach, who has already been mandated by the EBU to face Agit Kabayel for the vacant belt.

At light heavyweight, Dominic Boesel pushed to 24-0 and closer to the title picture with a sixth round stoppage of Sami Enbom.