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December 06, 2012


Press Release: Eduard Gutknecht (24-1, 9 KOs) believes that Juergen Braehmer's (38-2, 30 KOs) time is over. Gutknecht, the European light heavyweight Champion and Braehmer, the his mandatory challenger, met for the first time since the announcement of their clash in Berlin on February 2, 2013. The  winner of this all-German affair will not only be able to call himself the King of Europe but also gets a crack at the WBO 175-pound title. 

“I wanted to fight him years ago while we were still at Universum,” said Gutknecht. “Back then he was the European as well as the WBO champion. He was at the top of the game. But in my opinion, he has already peaked a long time ago and his time in the spotlight is over. Of course, he wants another chance to get back to where he was. But I'm the champion now and I won’t give him that chance.”

Surprisingly, Braehmer, did not really respond to that provocative statement. Instead, he decided to tell the media about his new training group headed by respected trainer Karsten Roewer. “My preparations with Karsten Roewer, who I already worked with during my days as an amateur, are going really well,” said Braehmer. “I have a lot of fun with the other guys of the group and that is exactly what I need. Having fun while working hard motivates me.”

Gutknecht used that comment  for another dig at the former champion. “I am not a joker. I take this sport seriously.” And his coach Ulli Wegner confirmed that there was not as much laughter in his camp. “We don’t have that much fun in my group – the guys can have fun during their spare time.”

Towards the end of the press conference, Braehmer did make one thing clear. “When I am fully trained and in the right shape it is pretty much impossible to stop me. Once again, I have the chance to become to European champion and after that the WBO champion. I will grab that opportunity with both hands.”

Tickets for the fight night on February 2nd, 2013 at the Max-Schemling-Halle in Berlin can be purchased at and

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