By Per Ake Persson

Super middleweights Hadillah Mohoumadi and Serhiy Demchenko clash for the vacant EU title on May 21 in France. An agreement was in place earlier this week and the fight will be promoted by MK Event headed by Malamine Koné.

Mohoumadi (21-4-1) was the EBU champ at 168 but was last year stopped in one by Callum Smith.

Demchenko (17-11-1) held the EU title at light heavyweight for a brief spell last year but relinquished it to go for a shot at the EBU title where he lost to Mehdi Amar.

IN OTHER NEWS: Orebro, Sweden - Heavyweight  Pezhman Seifkhani, now 6-0, headlined the third Fight Life show at Tegelbruket in Orebro (Sweden) and won a hard fought six round unanimous decision over capable Croatian Ante Verunica (3-3-1) in a six rounder.

Pezhman injured his left arm in the second and it appeared he had suffered a torn bicep muscle but he fought on using mainly his right and did well.

He even floored his opponent in the third with the right and it wasn´t until the fifth that Verunica got untracked and put some pressure on his opponent but it was too little too late. It was scored 58-55, 59-54 and 60-53.

In the co-feature cruiserweight Marcus Alberts lost a split decision to Latvian journeyman Reinis Porozovs after a messy, hard-fought fight with few highlights. It was scored 58-56 and 58-57 for Porozovs and 58-56 for Alberts after six.

Talented welter Mohamed Saleh, 5-0, outscored experienced Irishman Michael Kelly after four and super middleweight debutant Sandor Lauritsen stopped Dimitri Kutibashvili after 1.42 into the first round and looked sharp doing so.