31-year old Australian heavyweight Mark de Mori fights for the third time in the last thirty days when he headlines at Kulturhaus Arena in Stuttgart, Germany this Friday.
Aussie hulk, de Mori is hoping for a third successive win since landing in Germany having already beaten highly regarded journeyman Jonathan Pasi and experienced amateur-turned-pro, Bekim Pagga.
'The Dominator' is looking to stay active in the hope of getting an opportunity to fight for a world title. Currently ranked No.14 by the WBA and promoted by Don King, the man from Perth has quick hands with power to match and is gaining a reputation as one of the most feared body punchers in the heavyweight division.
Finding suitable opponents in his native Australia has proven to be as tough a challenge as the training itself and now de Mori has taken the management of his career into his own hands.
De Mori was married in March and travelled over to Germany with his bride at the beginning of April on a combined honeymoon and fight tour.
Since his last fight in the picturesque village of Elzach, in the Black Forest region of Germany, de Mori sought out the training services of a former world title challenger Luan Krasniqi and his brother Agim. Now he will get to put any new skills he has learnt to the test in Stuttgart when he steps into the ring for the third time this month against an opponent who is yet to be revealed.
De Mori will head east to Croatia next month to headline another show against Bosnia's third best heavyweight, Adnan Buharalija.
The fight in Stuttgart will be broadcast live by Boxen-Heute