The Cyber Boxing Zone Newswire
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Multicultural on Saturday's undercard:
Stuttgart - 14 September 1999. Next Saturday Regina Halmich, Germany's boxing lady, will clash with American Amazon Jill Matthews for Halmich's WIBF jr.flyweight title. The undercard will feature several contests in a wild mixture of weightclasses and nationalities.
Armand Krajnc, 20-0 (13 KO4s), a 26-year-old German based Swede, will take on Colombian Jorge E. Ortiz in a middleweight contest over 8 rounds. Krajnc is the international German middleweight champion since 1998 and has defended that title once this year.
Stipe Drvis, 2-0 (1 KO), is a 26-year-old German based Croatian. Even though being a professional novice Stipe already enjoys popularity in his country. Drivs takes on Laszlo Mikes from Hungary in a light heavyweight contest over 6 rounds.
Michile Aboro, 12-0 (9 KO4s), is considered one of the most talented female boxers worldwide. The 30-year-old Brit, lives in Amsterdam and is the reigning European super bantamweight champion. She hopes to finally get the world title shot this year that she's already been waiting for a long time. Aboro will be fighting against Dorota Kosatka from Poland in a contest over 6 rounds.
Michil Trabant, 28-0 (12 KO4s), is a 21-year-old German from Berlin. "Trabi" is the number one welterweight contender of the WBO and the reigning WBO intercontinental champion since beating Eric Jakubowski in 1998. Trabant will make the first defense of that title on Saturday against Bob Elkins, 27-6 (22 KO4s), who comes from Nashville, Tennessee in the USA.
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