14th January 2012 , 18:00 BST
Robert Stieglitz secures a powerful win with a comprehensive points margin to beat Henry Weber and retain the WBO World Super Middleweight Championship.
The judges' scorecards demonstrated the Russian-born German Champion's dominance, with 119 - 109, 118 - 110, 116 - 112, showing a clear and unanimous points win.
The fight was one-sided from the first bell to the last, as Stieglitz, 30, cruised to a victory and an April title defence against Mikkel Kessler in Copenhagen.
For the up and coming Weber, 23, a first career defeat is a big setback. Considered nothing more than a fringe contender for the WBO crown, Weber will look to recover from this loss in the summer, and still harbours World title ambitions one day.
Russian-born Stieglitz makes the fifth defence of the WBO World Super Middleweight Championship at the Baden-Arena in Offenburgh, and faces a hard fight against the unbeaten German Weber.
The card will also include the comeback of former IBF World Middleweight Champion Arthur Abraham against tough Argentine Pablo Oscar Natalio Farias for the WBO Continental Europe Super Middleweight Championship.
Former British and Commonwealth Heavyweight Champion Michael Sprott from Reading also features when he takes on IBF International Heavyweight Champion Kubrat Pulev from Bulgaria.