President Thomas Pütz: “We all make mistakes – but we got to do our best to correct them.”
The German boxing commission (Bund Deutscher Berufsboxer – BDB) officially changed the result of last Saturday’s female world championship between Christina Hammer and Anne Sophie Mathis to a “no contest”. By doing so the BDB followed the ruling of the World Boxing Federation (WBF) which already announced that change yesterday. The World Boxing Organization (WBO) still has to decide about the result.
The reason for the decision: In the fifth round of their WBO-/WBF Junior Middleweight Championship bout Christina Hammer blocked Mathis’ left arm in a clinch. Referee Manfred Küchler didn’t stop the action so Mathis continuously hit Hammer with her free right arm to the left side of her head. Hammer went down from those punches and couldn’t continue. Continue reading
July 28, 2014
Torben Seemann Hansen, Chairman
on behalf of the
Executive Committee of the World Boxing Federation (WBF) Continue reading
It didn’t happen the way she would have preferred, but Germany’s Christina Hammer dethroned reigning World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Super Welterweight Champion Anne Sophie Mathis from France on Saturday night, July 26, by fifth round disqualification at the Anhalt Arena in Dessau, Germany.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Middleweight Champion Christina Hammer successfully defended her title for the seventh time on Saturday night (March 1), when she defeated former world champion Jessica Balogun at the GETEC Arena in Magdeburg, Germany. Continue reading
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Middleweight Champion, and one of the best Pound-For-Pound female boxers in the sport, Christina Hammer is set to make her seventh title-defence on March 1 at the GETEC Arena in Magdeburg, Germany. Continue reading
In front of a good crowd at the Brandenburg Halle in Frankfurt/Oder, live on free web stream worldwide, and televised by SAT 1 in Germany, World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Champions Ramona Kuehne and Christina Hammer successfully defended their crowns on Friday night, December 6.
Super Featherweight World Champion Kuehne put on a convincing performance as she beat old foe Renata Domsodi from Hungary.
Their original encounter, in January 2012, ended inconclusively when Domsodi suffered a bad cut, resulting in Kuehne winning by TKO in round eight. This time there would be no questions afterwards as to who is better of the two. Continue reading
On Friday night, when Christina Hammer and Ramona Keuhne defend their World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World titles at the Brandeburg Halle in Frankfurt/Oder, Germany, the show will be available via Live Stream for free from 7:00 PM CET:
Middleweight champion Hammer (15-0, 7 KOs) takes on Mexicos Carmen Garcia (10-2, 5 KOs), while Super Featherweight ruler Kuehne (20-1, 6 KOs) squares off with Renata Domsodi (11-3, 5 KOs) from Hungary.
Also on the card, promoted by SES Boxing, will be former world heavyweight title-challenger Francesco Pianeta taking on undefeated Robert Teuber, and an interesting all-German Cruiserweight clash between undefeated Dennis Ronert and former top-contender Kai Kurzawa.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Champions Christina Hammer (15-0, 7 KOs) and Ramona Kuehne (20-1, 6 KOs) are set to defend their titles on Friday December 6 at the Brandenburg Halle in Frankfurt/Oder, Germany.
SES Boxing promotes, and the show will be televised live in Germany on Sport 1. Continue reading
Despite female boxing being an official part of the international Olympic Games and ever increasing amount of female professionals possessing in-ring skills that can rival their male counterparts ladies boxing is still struggling to maximize its potential. Blame it on lack of proper promotion, blame it on mismatched bouts or blame it on the fact that if and when a female fighter becomes a top draw their management team refuses to let them stray far from home. Only a select few ladies have been known to travel for their fights and become successful in doing so. Continue reading
World Boxing Federation Womens World Middleweight Champion Christina Hammer retained her crown on Saturday night, July 13, at the Energie Verbund-Arena in Dresden, Germany when she unanimously outpointed tough Swedish challenger Mikaela Lauren. Continue reading