Today at 2 pm EST on BoxNation and also airing on ARD in Germany, Eduard Gutknecht faces Juergen Braehmer in a light heavyweight main event from Max Schmeling Halle in Berlin, with Gutknecht's European title on the line. The bout is also a WBO eliminator for a shot at Nathan Cleverly's title.
Gutknecht (24-1, 9 KO) won the European belt in May 2011, beating Danny McIntosh, and has made three defenses since then. The 30-year-old, originally from Kazakhstan, has developed into a solid second-tier fighter in the division. Braehmer (38-2, 30 KO) is a former WBO titlist who, at 34, is looking to get back into the world title mix. He hasn't lost since 2008, going 7-0 since then.
The undercard is pretty much the standard fare, though better than yesterday's Sturm-Soliman bill. Here's the rundown of what happens before the main event:
Light Heavyweights, 12 Rounds
Robert Woge (10-0, 9 KO) vs Hakim Zoulikha (18-3, 9 KO)
Light Heavyweights, 8 Rounds
Dustin Dirks (26-0, 19 KO) vs Christian Cruz (12-13-1, 10 KO)
Super Middleweights, 8 Rounds
Dominik Britsch (26-1-1, 9 KO) vs Luis Crespo (8-3-1, 4 KO)
Super Middleweights, 6 Rounds
Tyron Zeuge (5-0, 4 KO) vs Srdjan Mihajlovic (6-4, 5 KO)
Light Heavyweights, 6 Rounds
Enrico Koelling (3-0, 0 KO) vs Egidijus Kakstys (3-11-2, 1 KO)
Cruiserweights, 4 Rounds
Deion Jumah (pro debut) vs Ruslan Bitarov (2-5-1, 2 KO)