ROESELARE (Ekstra Bladet): the Albertslund-boxer Micki Nielsen is ready for battle! The 25-year-old Danish cruiservægter aims to share a genuine game damage too out in the event hall Schiervelde in Roeselare in Belgium against home-favorite Yves Ngabu.
The muscular belgian is, until now, the reigning EBU european champion, but as of tonight (Saturday, red.) rates the hard-hitting dane to be able to titulere itself as Ngabus the man and EM champ!
In the centre of the small belgian city of Roeselare stroll a taciturn Micki Nielsen around and turns right hooks-holes in the air. He is surrounded by a bigger entourage - a handful of close friends led by brother Patrick Nielsen - as opposite to the blabber loose on today's long-awaited the EM-bang.
Patrick Nielsen is impressed by his younger brother - which, according to both the Fairy Sauerland and trainer Gutte Løiborg should be in his life's form:
- I have never seen him so mega-serious before! He does look just piss good for once. I have tried to make piss with him to training, but I've really got the evil bedemands-gaze and the words: ‘Patrick! Either take you home now, or so we are training!’ We wont always be able to pjatte together, but we have not been able to this time, says Patrick Nielsen for the Extra Magazine.
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Micki Nielsen th. lets up to tonight's european championship match with older brother Patrick Nielsen tv. in the centre of Roeselare. Photo: Lars Poulsen
Micki Nielsen has trained hard the last three months and according to the Albertslund, the team sent a truckload sparring partners - bl.a. a Eddie Hearn fighter - on the retreat with a few serious kæberaslere - and reportedly a tear or two in the corner of his eye. Waiting, in other words, a serious herrefight, when Micki Nielsen clashing with local hero Ngabu.
- I fear for his (Yves Ngabus, red.) ve and well - especially after what I have seen for training. This is a really, really good match for Micki. EBU belt will be really great for him. It is just what he needs, stresses Patrick Nielsen, who believes that it is time to Micki Nielsen will soon return to the boxing ring in Denmark.
- It is time that he (Micki Nielsen, ed.) returning after six matches abroad. But once he has won the european championship belt, then damn him, that set the standard, he says.