Multiple World Women’s Boxing Titles on the Line in a Two Week Span
Female boxing will be busy with four title bouts in two weeks.
On Friday in Frankfurt, German, Sports1 TV will feature two female title bouts. Christina Hammer (10-0) will fight Vashon Living (5-1). The 10 round fight will be the WBO and WBF Middleweight World Championship. Hammer gain her belts in her last two outings, and has 7 KOs on her record. Living hasn’t lost since her first pro match.
In the other match, Susi “Killer Queen” Kentikian (28-0) is set to take on Teeraporn Pannimit (14-3) for the WBO, WBA, and the WIBF Flyweight world title bout. Kentikian is on a remarkable 28 fight win streak, picking up the three belts on the way. She has 16 KOs to her credit. Pannimit is on a six fight win streak, and is the current WBO Minimum weight champ. The fights will be aired on Sports1 in Germany.
HG Boxing Promotions announced this week that they will feature two women’s title matches Oct. 29 during the Colima Fair, in Colima, Mexico.
In the co-main event on the card, Arely “Ametralladora” Muciño (14-0-1) will defend her IBF flyweight championship for the fourth time against Ava Knight, from Sacramento, California. Muciño has had three successful title defense of her belt; while Knight (6-1-3) is coming off a draw with Kaliesha West for her WBO bantamweight title.
West (14-1-3) will also be in action, defending her title versus a yet to be named opponent.
No word on if these two bouts will be telecast.