IBF International heavyweight champion Kem Ljungquist (15-0) defends the title on October 7 at the Arena Naestved in Naestved (Denmark) against South African veteran Johnny Muller (23-10-2) on a show staged by Kem Ljungquist Promotion.

Ljungquist won the title in his last fight by stopping Sefer Seferi, who didn't come out for the fourth round. Muller normally campaigns at cruiser but has stepped up to heavyweight every now and then and has mixed it up against some very good men such as Oleksandr Usyk, Mateusz Masternak and Kevin Lerena.

This will be the first professional boxing in Naestved for 23 years. Last time out it was Jesoer D Jensen the current President of the Danish Federation, who headlined and surprisingly lost to Italian Luigi Castiglione in a fight for the vacant EBU bantamweight title.


Newcastle Lightweight amateur standout Cameron Vuong has signed a long-term promotional deal with Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Boxing and will make his professional debut later this year. 

Part of the thriving Birtley Boxing Club in the North East of England, 20-year-old Cameron trains under the watchful eye of head trainer Graeme Rutherford alongside the likes of Cyrus Pattinson, Mark Dickinson and Calum French. 

Cameron won the Senior Elite ABA Title at Lightweight in April and then the Tri-Nation Title the following month before teaming up with Sam Jones earlier this month, who will guide his career alongside Matchroom. 


Cruiserweight contender Isaac Chamberlain and Roman Fury, the brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, have been added to the June 16 York Hall card, which is being carried live on Sky Sports.

Chamberlain, who had recently been scheduled to fight Mikael Lawal, will fight Daniel Bocianski. Lawal withdrew from his May 27 fight with Chamberlain due to a medical issue.

The card is headlined by Adam Azim's clash with Aram Fanyan. It also features Caroline Dubois vs Yanina del Carmen Lescano and Frazer Clarke vs Mariusz Wach.