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Tonight in Berlin: next week in Düsseldorf
By Ewan Whyte
November 11, 2006

     
   
   
   
   

Ramona Kühne of Großziethen’s last two opponents, Danielle Camerling of the Netherlands and Olga Bojare of Latvia, detained her for less than six minutes between the pair of them, with the Dutch girl’s corner retiring her at the end of the first round (after the bell had saved her from a certain count-out) and the Latvian out on her feet and at the German’s mercy when rescued by the referee 19 seconds from the end of the second. Tonight in Neukölln (Berlin), she faces a more experienced opponent in the shape of Dorota Kosatka of Poland, who lost narrowly on points in her last outing (in 2003) when she fought Sina Dümer for the GBU world championship. Pregnancy forced her to put her career on hold soon after, and with the “Wild Dragon” [5-0-0 (2 KOs)] on fire now after two straight TKOs, the Pole faces what can only be regarded as a very stiff test on her comeback.


Carlette Ewell
 

Another heavy-hitter, Natascha Ragosina [11-0-0 (8 KOs)] of Russia, will be making a comeback of her own when she defends her WIBF super middleweight title against Scroller Carrington [7-1-1 (4 KOs)] of Trinidad & Tobago next Saturday on the Universum Champions’ Night bill in Düsseldorf. After injuring a hand in training, Ragosina has been out of action now for almost seven months, not having fought since her imperious demolition of Carlette “The Truth” Ewell in Magdeburg on the 15th April (photo).

(Sources: SES, Universum, Fight Night Boxen)

 
     
     
   
 
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