Euro News: Kerman Lejarraga Retires From Boxing, Poulsen-Petitjean Upd...

Former EBU and Spanish welterweight and incredibly welterweight champ Kerman Lejarraga (34-3) has actually revealed his retirement from boxing. Lejarraga was all set to fight Pole Przemyslaw Runowski (20-2) on April 29 in Madrid.

However, the other day Runowski withdrew from the fight and today Lejarraga revealed his retirement mentioning different illness after a long and hard profession as the factor.

Lejarraga turned professional in 2013 and was unbeaten up until he strolled into then unheralded Russian David Avanesyan in 2019 and was dropped in 9. In the rematch he was dropped in one. He went up to incredibly welter and ended up being European champ once again however never ever truly looked the like he had prior to the Avanesyan battles. He lost to Englishman James Metcalf in his last fight.


Just 2 days after French promoter Yohann Zahoui and Y12 revealed that Enock Poulsen’s compulsory defense of the EBU incredibly light-weight title against Franck Petitjean was held off once again and this time to May 27 (from April 29) – and now it’s revealed by the EBU that the fight will return to bag quotes.

The due date is May 3.

Poulsen vs Petitjean II has actually now been held off a variety of times considering that September of in 2015. Another weird aspect of this mess is that another French fighter, Massi Tachour, is the compulsory opposition for the winner – however he hasn’t defended near 2 years.


Heavyweights Sanel Hasanovic (6-0-1) and Lukas Fajk (7-1) clash for the uninhabited IBO Continental title on Saturday (April 22) in Falkensee (Germany). In the primary assistance of this Kuc Boxing Promotion reveal heavyweight Dusan Veletic (6-1-1) fulfills hard journeyman Kamil Sokolowski (11-27-3). The undercard functions Cuban heavyweight Carlos Castillo Rodriguez (1-0).


SES and Blanko Sports sign up with forces for a program billed as “It’s time to bid farewell” May 6 in Berlin. Saying farewell is 38-year old German middleweight Ronny Gabel (30-7-1) who will bid farewell to active boxing against Ilias Essaoudi (21-2) in a fight for the uninhabited WBO European title.

In the primary assistance light heavy Nick Hannig (11-1-1) handles Przemyslaw Gorgon (16-10-1) with the uninhabited International German (BDB) title at stake.


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