By Per-Ake Persson
SES of Magdeburg, Germany have an important month coming up in March with a show of their own March 2 in Potsdam headlined by female superfeather star Ramona Kuehne (pictured) defending her bunch - WBO, WIBF and WBFed - of titles against Brazilian Halanna Dos Santos. This is a fight Kuehne is likely to win but it´s a lot tougher in the three events to come.
March 9 in New York former IBF welter king Jan Zaveck, 32-2-1, returns after a long injury layoff and take on unbeaten Keith Thurman, 19-0, in a WBO I/C title fight. It´s tough comeback for Zaveck after almost a year out. He was in training for a fight August 25 last year but was injured and had to have surgery.
On March 16 in London lightheavy Robin Krasniqi is in tough against WBO ruler Nathan Cleverly and it be will regarded as a major upset if Krasniqi pulls off a win.
Finally, March 23, at home in Magdeburg former WBO supermiddle champ Robert Stieglitz gets a rematch with current WBO king Arthur Abraham and while Robert is in with a good chance he is an underdog as Abraham appears to be just a little too strong.
Lightheavy Orial Kolaj, 10-5, and from Albania but fighting out of Rome, Italy, have relinquished the EU title instead of facing mandatory challenger Pole Dariusz Sek. Kulaj is ranked # 4 with the EBU and is apparently gambling of reaching the status of official contender for champ Juergen Braehmer.
Kolaj will now fight a non-title fight March 15 in Rome while Sek, 17-0-1, who fights this weekend in Gdansk on the big Golata-Saleta show will take on the highest available contender for the vacant EU crown.
Feb 17, Schwerin, GER, Arena, BDF
6x3, w: Puriya Haidari, Den/BDF KO 4 (0.45) Viacheslau Kiryluk, Blr
4x3, lh: Alexander Runde, Ger TKO 2 (2,45) Yauheni Bohdanouski, Blr
c: Frank Bluemle, Ger W4-U Michal Vasek,
4x3, c: Denis Liebau, debut TKO 2 (2.05) Rudolf Murko, Cze
4x3, c: Danny Giebenhain, debut TKO 3 Radek Janousek, Cze
lh: Dariusz Polmanski, debut W4-S Andy Thiele, Ger
4x3, c: Damir Beljo, KO 2 (1.30) Radenko Kovac,
4x2, fly: Steffi Schenko, W4-U Aniko Levai,
Feb 16, Hamina, FIN: Ruissalon Iiikuntahalli, Caramelito Promotions
8x3: Janne Forsman, 89,25, Fin KO 2 (0.29) Jozsef Nagy, 92,9, Hun
Nagy was down in the first and knocked out early in the second.
Juissi Koivula, 68,0, Fin W6-U Arvydas Trizno, 68,0, Lit
60-54 on all cards.
Sami Enbom, 89,9, Fin W4-U Janos Furedi, 86,6, Hun
40-35 on all cards, Furedi was down in the first.
4x3; Petteri FrŲjdholm, 60,8, Finland, debut KO 1 Ruslans Berdimuradovs, 60,0,
Fitim Latifi, 73,5, Fin W4-M Artiom Karasev, 71,5,
39-37 twice and 38-38.
4x3: Teemu Tuominen, 69,0, Fin KO 4 (1.45) Dmitry Pankratov, 66,5,
Feb 16, Rivarolo Canavese, ITA:
sm: Alessio Furlan, Ita W dq 3 Florin Oanea, Rom
Feb 16, Firenze, ITA:
jm-w: Andrea Sansoni, Ita W 6 Giacomo Mazzoni, Ita
Feb 16, Tunis, TUN:
10x3, jm: Ayoub Nefzi, Bel TKO 6,ab Ismael Tetteh, Gha
IBF Continental Africa, 160.
Pascal Bouchez, Bel W 8 Mohamed Nouari, Fra
6x3: Joel Djeko Tambwe, Bel TKO 6 Bassem Belkhir, Tun
Feb 16, Campbon, FRA:
w: Franck Haroche Horta, Fra W10-S Sebastien Allais, Fra
Horta won the vacant French welter title on what most felt was a deserved score of 96-93 twice while the third vote went to Allais at 97-94. Allais was down in the 7th.
1/4 CLL, w: Mohamed Mimoune, Fra KO 6 Steven Bloyer, Fra
1/4 CNE, jm: Gaetan Lastic, Fra W 4 Mendy Mahe,
Feb 16, Epernay, FRA:
8x2, fly: Amira Hamzaoui, Fra W8-S Isabella Leonardi, Fra'
French female flyweight, scored 78-76 and 78-75 for Hamzaoui and 77-75 for Leonardi.
Bryan Boussis, Fra D 4 Gyram Khatchaterian,
Georges Beaupais, Fra KO 3 Youssouf Doumbia, Fra
Feb 16, Cernay, FRA:
jm: Frederic Serre, Fra W 6 (58-57) Andre Armand, Fra
Feb 16, Gyor, HUN:
lh: Balasz Kelemen, Hun TKO 5 Zoltan Kallai, Hun
c: Sandor Nagy, Hun TKO 1 Sandor Polgar,
h: Csaba Faur, W 4 Attila Szatmari,
Feb 16, San Sebastien sur Loire, FRA:
CNE, jw: Issa Mourzaev, TKO 3ab Tommy Grandseigne,
Feb 16, Auxi le Chateau, FRA:
f: Antoine Debucquet, KO 1 Kevin Haudiquet,
Feb 16, Seynod, FRA:
lh: Laid Ait Chaouche, Fra W 6 Jindrich Velecky,
CNE, w: Adel Berdouz, W 4 Mickael Thezenas,
Feb 16, Les Mureaux, FRA:
CNE, jw Geoffrey Dos Santos, KO 1 Adel Hadjouis,
Feb 16, Toulon, FRA:
1/4, TF, 5x3, sm: Gaetan Guerin, W dq 5 Arman Hakobyan
CNE, jw: Mohamed Larabi, W 4 Samson Tshghrikyan,
4x2, f: Lourdes Nunez-Garciam, W 4 Cynthia Godbillon,
Feb 15, Trieste, ITA:
Brunet Zamora, 61,0, Ita W12-M Krzystof Zsot, 60,2, Pol
Zamora won the vacant EU title on scores of 118-112, 115-113 and 114-114.
jw: Samuele Esposito, Ita W 8 Michael Isaac Carrero, Nic
sm: Fabrizio Leone, Ita W 6 Jorge Ortiz, Col
jw: Luca Maccaroni, Ita TKO 2 Karoly Lakatos, Hun
Feb 15, Calais, FRA:
1/4 TF, m: Ali Yammouni, Fra W 5 Haroulyoun Babayan, Fra
Feb 15, Carouge, SWI:
Mehdi Bouadla, 73,6, Fra W6-U Lorenzo Cosseddu, 73,7, Ita 60-54 twice and 59-55.
Manuel Grimieri De Ioanni, 75,0, Ita W 4 Emmanuel Moussinga, 72,8, Cam/Swi
Patrick Kinigamazi, 59,1, Rwa/Swi W 8 Zsolt Nagy, 59,5, Hun
Santiago San Eusebio, 50,9, Swi D 6 Anthony Bouquet, 53,4, Fra
Bruno Bouhi, 77,3, Swi KO 1 Joszef Molnar, 78,45, Hun
The Swiss Federation recommends 28 days suspension for Molnar.
Feb 15, Deinze, BEL:
Denis Boytsov, 98,1, Rus/Ger W8-U Samir Kurtagic, 104,0, Ger
80-73, 79-74 and 78-74. Boytsov was in court - and won - against Universum the very same day and was officially booked to fight on Sunday Feb 17 Schwerin but his handlers instead booked this fight.
Feb 15, Troitsk, Moscow, RUS:
m: Sherzod Husanov, W8-M Pavel Semjonov,
80-74, 80-72 and 78-78.
lh: Grigory Fedorov, Rus W6-S Sergey Akimov, Rus
58-57, 59-56, and 56-60.
6x3, lh: Ilshat Khusnulgatin, TKO 6 Fuad Muradov,
6x3, w: Aik Shakhnazaryan, TKO 3 (not out) Parviz Muraliev,
Feb 15, Bellvei, SPA:
s-fly; Lahcene Zemmouri, Spa TKO 5 Cosmin Paun,
Feb 15, Guardamar, SPA:
h: Magomed Azuaev, W4-U Gabor Farkas, Spa
Feb 15, Vigo, SPA:
fly: Ivan Pozo, Spa W6-U Marcu Benone,
Feb 8, Lisbon, POR: Bigger is Better Tournament
Ali Baghouz, 105,0, Bel W 3 Tegain Jegish, 98,0, Arm
Ali Baghouz, W 3 Tsokne Rogava, 121,0, Ukr
4x3; Ali Baghouz, TKO 4 Steffen Kretschmann, Ger
Steffen Kretschmann W3-U Jan Siersma,
Steffen Kretschmann, W3-U Agybane Fernandes,
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