Ringkobing, Denmark - Welterweight Oliver Mollenberg moved to 8-1-1 with a clear win over tough Hungarian journeyman Oszkar Fiko (33-33-1). Mollenberg won every round and was credited with a knockdown in the second that was more of a slip. It was scored 60-53 on all cards. Fiko was never shaken and made it a difficult night for the 20-year old Dane.
Super bantamweight Michael Nielsen (5-1) was in tough against Italian Mattia Occinero (6-1-1) and as the fight progressed it was obvious that he was in way too tough as Occinero scored with sharp upercuts to the head and solid hooks to the body. Nielsen was hurt for real in the second round and it was stopped at 1.04. It was scheduled for six.
Cruiserweights Jeppe Moller Christensen (2-0) and Piotr Rzyman (2-5) put on a fight that wasn't well fought but it was certainly hard fought with the two slugging it out over six rounds. Christensen won clearly and it marked the first time that Rzyman lasted the distance, win or lose, in his career.
Middleweight Jakob Bank (4-0) outscored Ukrainian Viacheslav Andreiev (4-1) in a fast paced six rounder with few punches landed. Bank moved well and made Andreiev reach for him but didn't punch enough. The judges had 60-54, 60-53 and 60-52 - in a no knockdown fight.
Lightweight Payman Akbari (5-0) outscored Pole Jakub Laskowski (4-6-1) in the final fight of the evening. Akbari outboxed his opponent for a clear win in this six-rounder and showed good hand speed but not much punching power.