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Revision as of 06:01, 2 February 2013

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Name: Juergen Braehmer
Birth Name: Jürgen Brähmer
Born: 1978-10-05 (Age:36)
Birthplace: Stralsund, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Hometown: Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 5′ 11½″   /   181cm
Reach: 71½″   /   181cm
Boxing Record: click

Manager: Klaus-Peter Kohl
Trainer: Karsten Rower
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  • In 1998, Juergen Braehmer was sentenced to youth detention for robbery and aggravated assault
  • In 2002, he was convicted of aggravated assault and hit-and-run after causing a car accident while driving without a license. He was released from prison on September 15, 2005 and resumed boxing.
  • In 2009 he won the European Light Heavyweight title, and the interim WBO Light Heavyweight title by kayo to earn an immediate shot at 30-0 full WBO champion Zsolt Erdei.

Amateur Accomplishments

  • Claims 100 Amateur fights with 95 wins.
  • 1995 3rd Place as a welterweight at the Junior European Championships in Siofok, Hungary. Results were:
  • 1996 Gold Medalist at the World Junior Championships in Havana, Cuba. Results were:
  • German Jr. Champion 1996, German Champion 1997.
  • Beat Ricky Hatton twice in 1996 at welterweight, including a first-round KO-win.
  • Beat Felix Sturm on points (19-8) in the German Championships 1997 and Carl Froch in 1998 at Light Middleweight.

WBO Light Heavyweight Title

On May 19th, 2011 Brahmer was stripped of the his world title for pulling out of his fight three days prior to defending it against Nathan Cleverly. Cleverly was awarded the belt.

"There was an emergency board meeting last night to discuss the Braehmer situation and it was decided that he should be stripped of his title. We had an email from Braehmer a few days ago saying he had a cut but this is the third time he has pulled out of a title defense at short notice. He has had some personal problems in the past and I hope he can come back and fight again, but Nathan Cleverly is now the world champion and rightfully so because none of this was his fault." - the WBO's European chairman Istvan Kovacs [1]


Preceded by:
Zsolt Erdei
WBO Light Heavyweight Champion
2009 Nov – 2011 May 19
Stripped
Succeeded by:
Nathan Cleverly