Nielsen’s both win shut-outs, Jumah, Yigit and Ceylan triumph

Phil Jay 20/06/2015

Super middleweight Patrick Nielsen is on course for another world title attempt after completely dominating Charles Adamu in Denmark.

The talented southpaw had far too much skill for the Ghanaian and was never in any danger of losing a round.

In the end, all three judges matched my card of 120-108 as Nielsen move his impressive C.V to 26-1 in the first defence of his WBA International title.

Brother Micki Nielsen moved on to 18-0 in impressive fashion as the Dane also recorded a shut-out victory, this time over Ismael Abdoul.

The 22 year-old eased through the eight-rounder with minimal fuss and was handed the bout 80-72 by all the officials at ringside.

British light heavyweight Deion Jumah took care of Karel Horejsek in the fourth round to make it five wins from five as a pro, whilst Anthony Yigit came through his contest with Tony Owen by stopping the British southpaw in seven rounds. The promising super lightweight improved to 14-0-1 with the win, whilst Owen is now 16-4.

Earlier, featherweight Dennis Ceylan cruised to victory over Sergio Prado despite pre-fight bravado from his Spanish opponent. Prado had been vocal in the run-up to the bout of his intentions to take Ceylan out, but lost every round on my tally to drop to 11-5-1.

Ceylan pushes his record to 15-0-1 with the win, which came courtesy of 100-90 (twice) and 97-93 on the judges scorecards.

Also on the bill Landry Kore is now 4-0 following a straightforward six-round win (60-54 [3]) for the middleweight over journeyman Norbert Szekeres, whilst Rashid Kassem stopped Reynaldo Mora in six rounds at lightweight.

Super middleweight contender Tim Robin Lihaug continued his progress by knocking out Arne Ernstsen in four rounds and is now 13-1. Heavyweight Otto Wallin managed to get rid of Oleksiy Mazikin two rounds earlier in his bout. The victory represented the big Swede’s tenth stoppage from his twelve wins.