NYKØBING FALSTER, denmark (Ekstra Bladet): Saturday evening showed the only 19-year-old boxer Oliver Meng, he is not to be trifled with, as he sønderbombede his opponent, Maono Ally, back to their home country Tanzania with crushing knockout.
Thus he can wear the red IBF jr. super-welterweight world champion belt.
- It was absolutely fantastic. The coolest feeling to be back, " said Oliver Meng for the Extra Leaf for the victory.
He rushed to thank the attendees at his home in Nykøbing Falster Hall.
- There was an absolutely insane support. They said 1200 people. I have never tried anything like this.
- Are you crazy, I could feel it. It tickled in the stomach.
the Whole Island had been waiting to see the local wonderboy, who among other things has a second-Falster-boy Mark O. Madsen with in ringhjørnet.
Oliver Meng is trained by his father, Morten. Photo: Lars Poulsen
Both sides started aggressively, a battle that most of all looked like a club brawl, which was gone over the thread.
But quietly it developed into a regular boxing match where both fighters featured technique from the top drawer.
Several jabs and hooks, that went clean check, was sent off from both sides. But in the second lap everything changed.
Meng took control and tore several crazy shows in the face of his opponent, who eventually was sent to the canvas. Thank you for tonight, Ally.
He had so many beating in the second round, he spent more than a minute to rise again.
Now have Meng a world champion belt. Photo: Lars Poulsen
the Fight was scheduled for ten laps, but Meng should only use two for the knockout, which triggers a deafening cheer went up in Nykøbing F-hall, where, after the Queens ’We are the Champions’ roared out of the speakers.
- I could early notice, that I hit him - so, although he shook his head, then it was completely clear.
- He could feel that I beat hard.
- Now you have the belt. What are the ambitions in the near future?
- Right now I'm off to celebrate the fight and have a cold beer.
- the Next step must Mogens (promoter Mogens Palle, red.) determine. He has 100 percent control of it, and it is him who takes the decisions, said Oliver Meng