Euro Boxing: Haussler on Peter/Klitschko card, more...
25.08.05 - By Per Ake Persson: Universum announced yesterday (Aug 24) that Tomasz Adamek´s defence of the WBC 175 title against Thomas Ulrich goes ahead October 15 in Duesseldorf. German supermiddle Danilo Haussler, the former EBU and current WBA I/C champ, will take on Mohamed Said in an eight-rounder on the Klitschko vs Peter bill September 24 in Atlantic City.. Said beat Haussler on a disputed split decision last year.
Article posted on 25.08.2005
Finnish promoters King´s Talli returns September 30 with a dinner show in Helsinki topped by unbeaten middle Asim Asikainen and jr welter Juho Tolppola.
WBA I/C jr middle champ Reda Zam Zam have been featured in a documentary shot by Dariusz Steiness that will air later this year on 4Sport/DK4. Zam Zam, 17-0, holds wins over the likes of Frank Mezaache, Luca Messi, Hamlet Petrosian, Christian Bladt and Vincent Vuma.
French welter Stephane Jacob defends the WBF title October 29 in Calais against Russian Ivan "the Terrible" Kirpa.
Hungarian heavies Zoltan Petranyi and Karoly Kovacs, both soft touches on the road, clash for the vacant national title September 3 in Budapest. Both have recently built a string of wins on small shows in Hungaray and Slovakia.
Canadian Interbox stage a show in Montreal September 16 with supermiddle Lucian Bute on top taking on Kabary Salem. In the chief support Adrian Diaconu defends the Canadian 175 lb title against Conal McPhee. Also on the bill are Jojo Dan and Benoit Gaudet. A all four are Romanians and licensed there as well. Interbox plans to move them up in Europe next year.
Spanish lightheavies Gabriel Campillo and Juan Nelongo square off for the national title October 19 in Tenerife.
12rounds, the marketing company co-owned by WBC 168 lb champ Markus Beyer, have signed up female fly Patryca Sibliska. Sibliska debutes August 28 in Berlin.
Swedish welter Isam Khalil will now makes his US debut October 21 on a show outside of New York. Khalil is billed as Palestinian which indeed is where he has his roots but is fighting out of Stockholm.
A special stamp in honor of ex-heavy champ Max Schmeling, who would have turned 100 September 28, is now available in Germany. There is also a big exhibition in Bad Saarow where he was born.
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