ROESELARE (Ekstra Bladet): Biggie Smalls was the usual intro-number, since Micki Nielsen took the event hall Schiervelde to a smaller pipe concert from the home-crowd ... It seemed, however, not to stress the Danish cruiservægter, there really is accustomed to first-pressed.
To return, received the Yves Ngabu EBU term changes in the cruiserweight a grand applause from the audience, when he with his big ilk was the last boxer in the ring on Saturday.
the Notes to King Christian stood by the lofty mast was not just the national anthem as the Albertslund, the team had hoped for. But nevertheless, when it out of the speakers, to the great amazement ...
Micki Nielsen used his long reach to set your sights on the big guns in 1. round. The Danish cruiservægters explosiveness combined with jabs and selected hooks seemed like a sensible game plan. But it was also clear that Yves Ngabu was a herculean warrior, who at times got Micki out of the ropes ...
Ngabu got in 2. round a couple of hard hits to the great enthusiasm of the audience. Micki, in turn, seemed a bit indifferent in its action in the kavassen. 2. round also resulted in a bloody nose to the Danish cruiservægter.
big Brother Patrick was very anxious at ringside - but it didn't help Micki Nielsen. Photo: Lars Poulsen
Gutte Løiborg screamed at jabbet! And Micki followed the order and added uppercuts, but it didn't work really effectively. Ngabu hid in the spot safely away behind the guard.
Ngabu would check on the body of the dane and got away with a few good slagkombinationer, that sent a light pressure Micki even a trip on the ropes. The Danish cruiservægter responded to the bombardment with a few indelicate strokes after the judges ‘break’. Both in 4. and 5. round was Micki hit of nasty uppercuts, as the blood finally flowed from the nose ...
Mickis face was smeared in blood, as the gong-gong gave him much needed rest.
the Fight developed into a regular review in 6. round of the Danish cruiservægter, which often ended in the clinch with her belgian opponent. The audience in the belgian arena smelled of the severity of the blood, while Ngabu seemed more hardy than the Albertslund, the team had anticipated.
the Guard faltered in the important moments of Micki in 7. round, but both boxers seemed also a bit exhausted. Micki had to rely on his powerful right-hook and hope for a clean knock-out.
the Dane regained a bit of momentum in the course of the purge. But it quickly disappeared, as Ngabu sent a true bombardment against Micki, to the audience's enthusiasm ended up in the canvas - even though he quickly jumped up again.
Yves Ngabu was deservedly chosen as the winner, and the belgian is still the european champion. Photo: Lars Poulsen
Micki seemed, however, remains turbulent. No doubt that the Albertslund-boxer is extremely hardy! The blows continued to rain down over the dane, but despite a proper bloody nose, he was still standing.
Ngabu was far ahead on points, so a totally clear knockout victory seemed to be the only thing that could save the team from an imminent defeat. Despite the substantial damage too, it was actually Micki, who had the most energy left in the tank at the end of the purge.
But it was still a hard defeat to Micki Nielsen after an intense drama in Roeselare. The dane fought his chance and stood upright to the last! But Mickis rock hard fists hit the never really of the severity of the stain, as Ngabus guns, in turn, made.
Yves Ngabu certainly won and defended his EBU european champion title now, 117-112, 117-111 and 117-111.
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