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The kickoff press conference for the March 18 clash in Leipzig, Germany, tool place Monday at the Bayerischer Bahnhof restaurant. European light heavyweight champion Robert Stieglitz (50-5-1, 29 KOs) makes his first title defense against Nikola Sjekloća (32-4, 11 KOs) and WBO/WBA Inter-Continental light heavyweight beltholder Dominic Boesel (23-0, 8 KOs) faces undefeated Finn Sami “Boom Boom” Enbom (14-0, 7 KOs) on a card that will feature five title fights in all.

Robert Stieglitz: “This opponent is a very good man and has never been stopped. Naturally I won’t be giving up the title willingly.”

Nikola Sjekloca: “We’ve only been missing by a little bit, but we’ve made up for it and Stieglitz will feel it!”

Dominic Bösel: He’d better practice his “Boom Boom” in training camp and we’ll see in the ring how much “Boom Boom” is left.”

Sami Enbom: “We have a plan and with my “Boom Boom“ we’ll relieve him of his belt and bring it to Finland!”

In heavyweight action, Erkan Teper (16-1, 10 KOs) comes back against Mariuz “Viking” Wach (32-2, 17 KOs) for the IBF International title. Former world champion Yoan Pablo Hernández is the new Teper trainer.

Erkan Teper: “This is a good opportunity and a top opponent. When I beat him, all the doors are open to me….with new trainer Yoan Pablo Hernández, I’m back in the fast lane. He’s tough!”

Mariusz Wach: “This fight will be a reboot. With a win, I think I’ll climb in the rankings and may call for the world champion again. On the heavyweight scene there’s a lot of movement with many opportunities.”

Also, “Team Germany” welterweight Phillip Nsingi (6-0, 1 KO) faces Kasim Gashi (9-0, 4 KOs) and female featherweight Sandra Atanassow (5-0, 2 KOs) meets Gabriella Busa (4-7, 2 KOs) in a pair of German International title bouts.

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Photos: Team SES / P. Gercke

WBO #1, WBA #7 rated light heavyweight contender Dominic Boesel (22-0, 8 KOs ) and Tony Averlant (24-8-2, 4 KOs) faced off at the final press conference for their clash on Saturday night at the Stathalle in Weissenfels, Germany. For Boesel, it could be his last bout before a world title challenge.

Dominic Boesel: “This is an absolute homegame! I’m very happy that we are so close to my home town of Freyburg. My circle of friends were able to sell 800 tickets to my fans. With my belts in hand, after the fight I’m going to give Tony Averlant a friendly “Au Revoir.” He’s not going to take away my world title dream!”

Tony Averlant: “I am here to get this belt, so I’m going to win. We have studied and analyzed Dominic in detail. I’ve looked at a lot of videos and have specifically worked and prepared myself. I had extra long training preparations in southern France.”

In the co-feature, German domestic welterweight champion Felix Lamm (12-1-1, 5 KOs) will face Andrea Carbonello (13-1-1, 2 KOs) in a jr welterweight bout for the WBO Europa title.

SES promoter Ulf Steinforth: “Very few tickets are left for this event in Weissenfels and with the many fans of Dominic and Felix fans from Nordhausen the hall will be buzzing. There is a great atmosphere and we hope again to great fights and victories from the two guys. Dominic and Felix have already lived together for years in a boxing training group. Probably the most successful so far, sometimes even a “world championship” boxing group.

MDR will televise in Germany.

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Photos: Team SES/P. Gercke

WBO #1 and WBA #7 light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (22-0, 8 KOs), closing in on a world title shot, will return September 17 against an opponent to be named at the Stadthalle in Weissenfels, Germany. Boesel will be defending his WBO and WBA Intercontinental belts. In the co-feature, German welterweight champion Felix Lamm (12-1-1, 5 KOs) will see action. The card was announced this week at a kickoff press conference.

Dominic Boesel: “In the last three years I have matured and grown as a boxer. Boxing again in the vicinity of my hometown Freyburg is great because my fan base has grown enormously in the past three years. Anyone can come who wants to. I’ll take on anyone! I hope soon to get a world title shot!”

SES Trainer Dirk Dzemski: “Dominic has undergone the development that we expected from him. He has enormously increased his physical strength and his technically high-class boxing has expanded! Now we all hope that the biggest challenge, the world title shot, won’t be long in coming!”

SES promoter Ulf Steinforth: “In retrospect, after three-years we can say with pride that “Team Germany” is a great success. When we presented the team three years ago here at this same place, no one could assume that out of the six fighters, three would have titles. Besides Dominic Boesel and Felix Lamm, who both have developed among the finest boxing styles, we have Tom Schwarz, the Youth heavyweight world champion. This is good for German boxing! Here in Weissenfels, we’re holding the ‘Boesel Festival.’ Dominic Boesel has his world ranking at risk and is targeted. And I predict that the arena will be sold out!”

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By Karl Freitag
Photos: Team SES / P. Gercke

WBO #1 light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (22-0, 8 KOs) retained his WBO Intercontinental title and WBA Continental titles with an eleventh round TKO over previously unbeaten Denis Liebau (19-1, 18 KOs) on Saturday night at the Jahrhunderthalle in Spergau, Germany. Slick boxer Boesel schooled former kickboxer Liebau for ten rounds, then dropped him three times in round eleven to end it. Time was 2:37. After the fight, Boesel proclaimed himself ready to face world champion Sergey Kovalev.

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By Karl Freitag
Photos: Team SES/P. Gercke

WBO #1 light heavyweight Dominic Bösel (21-0, 7 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over Balazs Kelemen (24-2, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Erdgas Sportarena in Halle, Germany. Bösel came out aggressively in round one and took the fight to Kelemen, who had previously been competing in the super middleweight division. He staggered Kelemen in round two with a left hook and continued to rock the Hungarian as the bout progressed. Bösel floored Kelemen in round eight with a left hand, but Kelemen stayed in the fight until the end. Scores were 120-107, 119-108, 118-109. Bösel retained his WBO Intercontinental title and claimed the vacant WBA Continental title.

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SES Boxing has a fight card on Saturday at the Sparkassen-Arena in Jena, Germany. In the main event, WBO #1 light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (18-0, 6 KOs) meets Norbert Dabrowski (17-2, 6 KOs) in an MDR-televised clash for the WBO Intercontinental belt. Here are the highlights from the press conference at the legendary Zeiss Planetarium.
Dominic Boesel: “Basically I like to box at such short intervals. It’s the only way to get to the top, The media hype is currently no distraction, it motivates me positively. We have studied Dabrowski extensively. I know all about him. We both want to win, but I’ll be the winner.”
Norbert Dabrowski: “We have a strategy to win. I rely on my technique and I’m pleased that Dominic is also a technician. In the ring, you’ll see who is better. I have come to take advantage of this great opportunity and win!”
Also WBO female middleweight champion Christina Hammer (17-0, 8 KOs) faces Kali Reis (7-3-1, 3 KOs).
Christina Hammer: “With the fight postponement, I’ve been preparing for a long time. I had to almost do everything twice. But doesn’t hurt, it’s just annoying. Kali Reis comes forward, is aggressive, wants to dominate. She will not succeed with me. I’m better. I’m the number 1!”
Kali Reis: “She is the “queen” in the middleweight division, the world champion – I respect that. But Saturday night I’m going to show her and I’ll get her crown.”
The SES-Box-Gala will be broadcasted live on MDR/ Germany
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SES Boxing will present its milestone 100th boxing event on Saturday at the Maritim Hotel in Magdeburg, Germany. The show will also mark the 15th anniversary for SES Boxing. The main event features a clash between unbeaten light heavyweights as WBO #4 Dominic Boesel (17-0, 6 KOs) takes on Timy “Albanian Bomber” Shala (19-0-1, 8 KOs).

Dominic Boesel: I see my advantages. But it’s clear, one of us will lose the aura of invincibility on Saturday!

Timy Shala: It’s a difficult task to defeat him, but I’ve come to Magdeburg to win!

In other action, unbeaten welterweight Felix Lamm (9-0-1, 3 KOs) meets Philipp Schuster (21-2-1, 15 KOs), son of famed German trainer Uwe Schuster. Also, in a generational clash, 38-year-old cruiserweight Kai Kurzawa (35-4, 24 KOs) faces 22-year-old Dennis Ronert (23-0, 16 KOs).

SES Promoter Ulf Steinforth stated, “15 Years of SES Boxing are difficult to reproduce in a movie, but with our “retrospective film” we wanted before all to show that the future will offer continuity and quality. I’m proud of my whole team and we’re optimistic about the future. Our 100th event stands with our great events and achievements. Especially since at this anniversary boxing gala none of our boxers are older than 25. This is our signal for German boxing.”

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SES Boxing will present its milestone 100th boxing event on March 7 at the Maritim Hotel in Magdeburg, Germany. The show will also mark the 15th anniversary for SES Boxing, as well herald the arrival of a new TV deal with the MDR network. SES is also working with SAT.1.

The card will feature three title fights, topped by world champion Christina Hammer and WBO Inter-Continental champion Dominic Boesel. Also IBF junior world cruiserweight champion Dennis Ronert will defend his belt. Team Germany fighters Tom Schwarz, Moritz Stahl, Domenic von Chrzanowski, Tom Pahlmann and Felix Lamm will also see action. Opponents will be named.

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“Super Fight Night” on July 26, 2014 in Dessau

“The World Cup project!”

The fifth WBO title fight is now fixed:

Moritz steel from the “Team Germany” is fighting for his first Belt: WBO Youth Inter-Conti-title fight against the Spaniard Guram Natsulishvili
The Referee:

WBO Inter-Continental Super Middleweight Championship
Robert Stieglitz vs.. Sergey Khomitsky

The other title fights:

WBO International Championship Lightheavyweight
WBA Continental Cup Lightheavyweight
Robin Krasniqi vs. Oleksandr Cherviak

WBO world championship in junior middleweight
Christina Hammer vs. Anne Sophie Mathis

WBO Inter-Continental Championship in Lightheavyweight
Dominic Boesel vs. Daniel Regi

SAT.1 is transferred fight night live from 22.15 clock in a length of nearly four hours from Dessau

+ + + SES boxing event on Saturday, July 26, 2014, Anhalt Arena in Dessau + + +

WBO Inter-Continental champion Dominic Boesel must be in his first title defense put the Hungarian Daniel Regi.


The undefeated former WBO junior world champion Dominic Boesel (15-0-0 (5)) from Freyburg / Unstrut, number 8 of the WBO rankings and the current WBO Inter-Continental Champion Half-Heavyweight, is located in the Dessau Anhalt Arena with the experienced Hungary Daniel Regi (22-9-0 (11) measured for his first title defense in the “Seniors” area. The 33-year-old Regi from Budapest is the reigning Hungarian champions in the semi-heavyweight.
SAT.1 is transferred fight night live from 22.15 clock in a length of nearly four hours from Dessau

Tickets for the “Super Fight Night” on July 26, 2014 are still available at www.eventim.de and under the SES-Ticket Hotline 0391/7273720 for all usual outlets, on the Internet.



Photo: Team SES / P. Gercke

SES Boxing held the final press conference on Monday for Saturday’s clash between two-time world champion Robert Stieglitz against WBO #9 Sergey “The Ghost” Khomitsky (29-10-2, 12 KOs) at the Anhalt Arena in Dessau, Germany. The presser took place in front of an old transport aircraft named JU 52 at the “Hugo Junkers Museum”

Robert Stieglitz: “I am forewarned. A ghost always comes surprisingly and unexpectedly. I’ve prepared myself for the fighting style Khomitsky so I’m safe. He can’t scare me. Khomitsky is good for surprises, well rested and he boxes smart. His victory for the WBO European championship against Buglioni in England was no coincidence. One may never, ever underestimate him. He is a daredevil! If I want to get back “my belt,” then the only possible way is with a clear victory over this “ghost!”

Sergey Khomitsky: I’m something of a fear maker! That’s where my fight name ‘The Ghost’ comes from. I make pressure, move forward, makes surprises and many opponents can’t adjust. I know Stieglitz from many fights I watched myself. He will be defeated!

SES promoter Ulf Steinforth: We want the WBO world title of Abraham as quickly as possible! Khomitsky was the highest rated fighter who would face Robert. A WBO European champion must not and will not be underestimated!

In other action, WBO #8 rated light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (15-0, 5 KOs) will take on Daniel Regi (22-9, 11 KOs), former light heavyweight world title challenger and WBO #3/WBA #7 rated Robin Krasniqi (41-3, 16 KOs) meets WBA #8/WBO #15 Oleksandr Cherviak (14-3-1, 4 KOs) and female middleweight champion Christina Hammer (17-0, 8 KOs) moves down to jr middleweight to take on the very dangerous multiple world and European champion Anne Sophie Mathis (27-3, 23 KOs).

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Fightnews.com will present live stream of Krasniqi-Dansu at 2PM ET, 11AM PT

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An important light heavyweight bout with world title ramifications will be streamed live right here on Fightnews.com TODAY at 2PM ET, 11AM PT. The event takes place in Potsdam, Germany and features WBO #8 rated Robin Krasniqi (40-3, 15 KOs) against unbeaten #13 rated Emmanuel Dansu (20-0, 18 KOs) in a ten round clash for the vacant WBO International light heavyweight title. The winner could be on the short list to challenge WBO champion Sergey Kovalev more sooner than later.

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Krasniqi, a former world title challenger, says he’s improved after coming up short against then-champion Nathan Cleverly 12 months ago. Dansu is an unknown quantity, having never previously fought outside Ghana. Bringing a 90% KO ratio, Dansu compares his style to Mike Tyson. We’ll see.Also featured on the card is WBO #12 rated light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (14-0, 5 KOs), who meets Miguel Velozo (17-1-2, 5 KOs) for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental belt.



The card also features the return of heavyweight KO artist Steffen Kretschmann (16-2, 15 KOs) in his first bout since September 2012. Kretschmann faces tough guy Samir Kurtagic (12-5, 8 KOs), who has gone the distance with big punchers like Denis Boytsov, Alexander Dimitrenko and Carlos Takam and never been stopped.

In further action, WBO/WIBF/WBF female super featherweight champion Ramona Kuehne (21-1, 7 KOs) risks her titles against unbeaten Gina Chamie (8-0, 4 KOs).

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The fights are presented by promoter Ulf Steinforth’s SES Boxing and will take place at the MBS Arena in Potsdam, Germany.





101613stieglitz00tOver 500 fight fans turned up on Wednesday to see WBO super middleweight champion Robert Stieglitz and his challenger Isaac Ekpo conduct public workouts at the Paunsdorf Center in Leipzig, Germany. The titleholder showed up with trainer Dirk Dzemski and appeared to be in a good mood and in great shape for the fight on Saturday at Leipzig Exhibition Hall EINS.


His opponent, Nigerian Isaac Ekpo, didn’t show much. In the training ring, he completed only a few light exercises with the jump rope and practiced shadow boxing. Ekpo was given a few pairs of goalie gloves so he can resume his career as a goalkeeper after presumably losing the world championship fight.


The world champion, however, gave the fans several minutes of pad work with his coach, then he stayed and fulfilled boxing fans’ many requests for autographs.


Also showing their skills were WBC Youth titleholder Dominic Bösel, ex-IBF champion Jan Zaveck, and Tom Schwarz and Tom Pahlmann from “Team Germany.”


On this coming coming Saturday, Robert Stieglitz defends the WBO super middleweight crown against Isaac Ekpo.

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Photos: Team SES / P. Gercke

WBO super middleweight Champion Robert Stieglitz (45-3-0, 26 KOs) will defend his title against #7 rated Isaac Ekpo (22-1, 16 KOs) of Nigeria on October 19 at the Messe Halle in Leipzig, Germany. The card will also feature a clash between IBF flyweight champion Moruti Mthalane (29-2, 20 KOs) and Spaniard Silvio Olteanu (14-6-1, 6 KOs) plus WBO Youth jr welterweight beltholder and leader of SES Boxing’s “Team Germany” Dominic Boesel (12-0, 4 KOs) will take on Italian Mirko Ricci (10-1, 4 KOs).

“This is my last title defense of the year,” said Steiglitz at today’s press conference. “Leipzig is a special city for me. It’s not far from Magdeburg and I have a lot of fans…we did preliminary analysis of the challenger Isaac Ekpo. He’s aggressive and muscular. I’ve been working a lot with my legs and speed. My Teammate Jan Zaveck invited me to spend two weeks at a training camp in Ptuj, Slovenia.”

Regarding his WBO mandated defense third fight against Arthur Abraham, Stieglitz stated, “That’s quite normal and I’m happy about it. As world champion I must box everyone anyway.”

Trainer Dirk Dzemski added “I’m very pleased with Robert this year, especially that he came away without injury from the fight against Kiyota. Now comes the hot and stressful phaseof the preparation, the training camp in Slovenia. One thing is certain, it will only be a vacation for me (grins). Isaac Ekpo is hungry, can hit hard – this will be an exciting thing that you must take very seriously.”

SES promoter Ulf Steinforth stated: “Leipzig is something special. We’ve had the city on our list and now we bring the best of what we have. We anticipate 6,000 spectators and with the new seating system, we can expand capacity quickly. The next fight against Ekpo is difficult enough for Robert. Ekpo is the current #7 in the world rankings. That’s why we can’t make any further plans. Dominic is a worthy captain of Team Germany. That a competition is emerging within Team Germany is, of course, good. We’ve proved that there are very talented young boxers and it’s fun to promote and to see them. Robert is currently the boxer with the most fights, a true role model, a mentor for Team Germany, which is what I’m most proud of. In Leipzig we’ll have Team Germany, Jan Zaveck and the newly added IBF flyweight championship completing the card. Out of eight fights we will have four title fights.”

Ticket sales will start at the end of the week.



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WBO Youth light heavyweight champion Dominic Boesel (11-0-0, 4 KOs) returns June 14 to defend his belt against Chris Mafuta (12-3, 6 KOs) at the Stadthalle in Weißenfels, Germany. Also on the card are Boesel’s teammates from SES Boxing’s new “Team Germany” consisting of up-and-coming German hopefuls.

Dominic Boesel: “It’s a huge thing to be able to box in this area. The atmosphere will be crazy. I’m very proud of my title and I won’t give it away. I respect my opponent. Chris as a good boxer, but I don’t need to talk much. I feel very sure.”


Chris Mafuta: “I take the fight very seriously. Dominic will be surprised how fit I will be.”

Promoter Ulf Steinforth: We want Team Germany to show that there is enough young talent in this country. These are fresh faces and a new form in professional boxing. The team exists of young sportsmen who we’ll give the foundation to be able to successful in the sport.“


Team Germany consists of „Team Deutschland“ Dominic Boesel, 23 (light heavyweight), Dennis Ronert, 20 (cruiserweight), Moritz Stahl, 21 (super middleweight), Felix Lamm, 23 (light heavyweight), Tom Pahlmann, 19 (cruiserweight), Tom Schwarz, 18 (heavyweight)