Ringkobing, Denmark - TK Promotions closed out the season with a pro am show at the ROFI Centre in Ringkobing with heavyweight Kem Ljungquist and middleweight Jacob Bank (7-0) vs Frenchman Idaas Redjal (10-4-2). The other "opponents" came all from the Georgian Republic.

Bank impressed in taking apart Redjal working well behind the jab and followed well with a heavy right hand to the head and body of his opponent. Redjal landed with a solid right in the second but the Dane took it well. In the third Bank landed with jab-right hand to the body combination and the Frenchman sat down in pain and was counted out at 0.57.

Feather Payman Akbari (7-1) outscored Tatishvili Bukhuti (3-1) in a bloody eight-rounder. Akbari outboxed his opponent in every round posed too much and could never hurt his opponent, who however suffered a heavy nose bleed and he was at times covered in blood. It was scored 80-72 on all cards.

WBC # 21 Bridgerweight Kem Ljungquist (13-0) knocked out Paata Aduasvhili (10-34-3) at 2.23 of the second round in a fight that was scheduled for ten rounds. The Dane warmed up in the first and went to work in the second. Aduashvili, much smaller, had little to offer and didn't seem too interested either.

Cruiserweight Jeppe "Pain Train" (4-1) Moller Christensen had a tough time last time out but came back here and knocked out Slava Margashvili (1-3) at 2.57 of the first of a scheduled six. 

Welterweight Khybar Akbari made his pro debut and looked lucky to get a draw against veteran Konstantin Jangavadze (5-23-3). Akbari had a good first round but was caught by Jangavadze's big hooks from both hands after that and was in trouble in the second and third but came back somewhat in the last round. It was scored 39-37 Akbari and 38-38 twice.