Cologne - It will be a European premiere at Cologne's Sartory halls when Universum Box-Promotion organizes five WIBF championship fights on the first show with only female participation on May 13 in the city with the famous cathedral.
It's an event that may be an inflammable matter at critics even though pure female boxing events are already a regular thing in the USA.
In the first championship with German participation Silke Weickenmeier from Speyer takes on Austria's Christina Krek for the European title at jr. featherweight.
Later Berlin's Heike Voller will step into the ring with the intention to capture the world title at lightweight against Dutchman Sjauw.
A highly entertaining duel could be the first title defense of the aggressive and hard punching world champion at jr. featherweight Michele Aboro who accepts the challenge of American Leonda Brown.
In the final main events Universum's other two female world champions Daisy Lang from Düsseldorf and Regina Halmich from Karlsruhe will defend their crowns.
The 28-year-old attractive blonde Daisy "The Lady" Lang is putting the jr. bantamweight world title that she won in July of last year on the line for the third time. The opponent of the former kickboxing champion is Hungarian Oana Sandor.
The 23-year-old Halmich who is considered by experts as most successful female fighter worldwide is already campaigning in her 23rd world title fight. Halmich takes on Delia Gonzalez from the US.
Regina Halmich: "In my mind this female event is a great thing. Finally the whole attention is focused on us and when can prove the hopeless critics that female boxing on a high level doesn't need to hide. In Cologne you will see absolute world class boxing!