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Results from Viborg, Denmark
Claus Jensen

November 26, 1999

Fights promoted by Mogens Palle

Mads Larsen (32-1) TKO6 Omar Gonzalez (22-2)

WBO#6 Omar Gonzalez came into the fight with the intention of taking the fringe WBF Super Middleweight belt back to Argentina. But he got stunned big time at the end of round one and he was hardly able to continue when the bell sounded. Denmark's Mads Larsen stormed out in round two and floored Gonzalez again only to hit the canvas himself seconds later. However the replay showed that it wasn't a punch but a headbutt from Gonzalez that send Larsen down and also gave him a cut right beside the left eye. After that scare Larsen slowed down and picked his punches more carefully - still winning each and every round. In the sixth round Gonzalez dugged right into a big right from Larsen and the Argentine fighter was all over the place before he finally hit the deck. He was able to get up - but referee Paul Thomas stopped the fight when Gonzalez could hardly stand up. Next up for Larsen is a shot at the vacant European crown early in the year 2000 against hot british prospect David Starie. Another win here could or rather should give Larsen a shot at Ottke, Beyer, Calzaghe or Mitchell.

Jesper David Jensen (36-1) W8majority Teofilo Manzueta (12-4-1) 76-76, 78-74, 76-75

This was an exciting junior bantamweight fight. Jesper Jensen won the first round by jabbing and keeping up the tempo, but in the second round he got caught with a right on top of his head and went down. Fortunately for Jesper Jensen, Manzueta hesitated following that punch up, but it didn't prevent him from winning the third round as well. In the fourth round Jesper came back into the fight. However - in an even round 5 Manzueta rocked Jensen again. So with 3 rounds left Jesper Jensen had to win them all to win the fight and that's what he did - as Manzueta tired. I had Jesper Jensen winning 76-75. The crowd didn't like the decision and booed Jesper Jensen out of the ring.

Tue Bjoern Thomsen (17-0) W6 Pedro Daniel Franco (18-6) 60-53, 60,53, 60-53

Danish heavy champion Thomsen totally outclassed his opponent with excellent skills in this super cruiserweight fight. It seemed like it was all over in the fifth round when Thomsen connected with a stunning straight left and Franco went down. But the former south american champion was game and able to stay on his feet for the rest of the fight even if he was getting brutally beaten. The score of 60-53 was the only possible one.

Dennis Holbaek Pedersen (37-0) KO2 Luiz Guzman (18-10-1)

After a couple of dull fights, the European Junior Lightweight champion Dennis Holbaek Pedersen was back in superior form. He used the first round to study his opponent and then finished things of in the second with a barrage of bunches. Left hook, left uppercut, straight right and Guzman was out.

Brian Nielsen (53-1) KO3 Frank Wood (16-2)

A exhibition of very little boxing skill from both sides. Frank Wood stunned Nielsen at the end of round one - which gave him round one on my card. In the second round Nielsen started connecting and working the body and in the third it was all over. Nothing much to write home about.

In other fights:

Simon Welms Nielsen (1-0) KO1 Mike Sheppard (Super Cruiserweight)

Ole Klementsen KO4 Robert Leslie Koon (Light Heavyweight)

Steffen N=F8rskov TKO4 Jos=E9 Vidal (Flyweight)

Rudy Markussen (15-0) KO3 Samuel Harvey (11-2)


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