Meng remains WBA regional champion after draw with Moncelli 

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Meng remains WBA regional champion after draw with Moncelli 
Meng remains WBA regional champion after draw with Moncelli

Meng remains WBA regional champion after draw with Moncelli 

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Meng remains WBA regional champion after draw with Moncelli 
Meng remains WBA regional champion after draw with Moncelli

Denmark’s Oliver Meng left with a bittersweet performance after retaining his World Boxing Association (WBA) Continental Europe super welterweight crown in a draw against Felice Moncelli last Saturday at the Royal Arena, Copenhagen. 

After 12 rounds of good action, the judges gave scorecards of 114-114, 117-112 and 113-115 to rule a split draw that keeps the home fighter as the WBA regional 154-pound champion. 

Meng had an important test against the veteran from Italy and although he was unable to defeat him, he put on a great fight and maintained his undefeated record. Moncelli, on the other hand, did his job of ruining the local’s party in Denmark but offered the public a great fight and brought out all his experience in the ring.

Meng now has 12 wins, 1 draw and 4 knockouts. Moncelli has 24 wins, 8 setbacks, 2 draws and 6 knockouts.


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