Tim-Robin Lihaug won Saturday against Finnish Timo Laine against Sotra Arena.
Lihaug could honestly hold the ring, with 26-year-old players who are both intercontinental champion of the IBO and a European champion of the WBO.
– Totally magical. Each day, training was given for 14 years. It is very good, especially when it comes to making home. It's completely insane. Without you, it would not be possible, says Lihaug on television 2 and runs about two thousand
in the crowd room.
Lihaug is the first boxer to win the European Championship on Norwegian ground Svein Erik "Spiker" in Paulsen in 1974.
A sharp end to the game, Timo Lain finished it sharp and Lihaug shook it in the last two rounds of Sotra Arena.
– It was terribly hard, but I knew it. He knew he was about to win. It's one of the best I've ever met in his career, says Lihaug.
– I was more shocked, but I found out. I had control over the whole game, but it's really wonderful. I'm very nice. Fortunately, it's a big big hug, says Lihaug, and turns to the audience again.
The fights were in ten rounds planned.
– The game was smooth and hard. Tim Robin received six rounds while Laine was picked up in four rounds. The judges were very consensual, the last judge was between 97-93 at Lihaug. It was a great match and it was even more a step.
Perhaps Norway may face a new one, it may be Alexander Hagen, according to the television commentary by Erik Nilsen.