News: Steve Bunce’s Boxing Hour, Huck, Murat and Braekhus celebrate victories at Oktoberfest
Setanta Sports News’ boxing magazine programme, Steve Bunce's Boxing Hour, has an action packed line-up this week. On Thursday from 2pm Buncey will joined by some of Great Britain’s best up and coming boxers. Carl Froch will join the show live from the Liberty Gym in Nottingham. Froch will be previewing his December 6th bout for the WBC Super Middleweight world title against Canada’s Jean Pascal. Light heavyweight boxer Clinton Woods, who has been off the circuit since his defeat at the hands of Antonio Tarver last April, will be speaking to Buncey about where he takes his career next..
Former ABA Champion John Watson will be reviewing his performance at last weekend’s Hayemaker Promotion’s show in Sheffield. Watson, tipped as ‘one to watch’, knocked out Nigeria’s Geoffrey Munika in the opening round.
Viewers who miss the 2pm showing of Steve Bunce’s Boxing Hour on Setanta Sports News can watch the repeat on Thursday night at 9pm on Setanta Sports 2 or at 11:30pm on Setanta Sports 1.
Huck, Murat and Braekhus celebrate victories at Oktoberfest
The “First Lady” Cecilia Braekhus joined European champions Marco “Captain” Huck and Karo Murat at the famous Oktoberfest in Munich to celebrate their most recent victories. Last Saturday, Huck had deprived Jean Marc Monrose of the European cruiserweight title, while Murat had clinched a points victory over Gabriel Campillo. Braekhus notched her ninth win in as many fights by outpointing Kimberly Harris, leaving the trio with reason enough to celebrate. “It is my first time on the Oktoberfest and it is really great,” Braekhus smiled.
The First Lady, who was wearing a special dirndl dress, certainly had a good time, just like Huck, Murat and coach Ulli Wegner. They were invited by manager Wilfried Sauerland, who has a VIP table in the famous Hippodrom tent. “The atmosphere was incredible,” Huck said. “There is nothing quite like it. We enjoyed ourselves!”
The Oktoberfest is the world´s biggest fair, with over six million people attending every year.
Article posted on 23.09.2008
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